(Obscure Magpie Records, out)
TRANSFER play San Diego’s Casbah on January 29th 2010
TRANSFER released their full-length album aptly titled, Future Selves. Tucked away in the canyons in North San Diego among the influence of coyote howls and cricket bows, they created a collection of songs with poignant and chilling lyrics and sounds broad enough in range to deem undeniable.
While exhibiting all the grandeur of British rock, yet rooted in the gritty allure of the American west, TRANSFER beseeches personal discovery. You can either experience TRANSFER by being fully immersed within a good pair of headphones, or, preferably, get caught up in the intensity of their unusually captivating and dynamic live performance. TRANSFER balances soulful instincts with wildly charismatic rock as you can hear listening to their first single “Losing Composure”.
Engineered and mixed by bassist, Shaun Cornell with help from Mark Needham (The Killers), this record proves to be TRANSFER’s most ambitious work that has the potential to get under peoples skins.
* TRANSFER WINS BEST ROCK AT 2009 SAN DIEGO MUSIC AWARDS
* SONG, ‘MY SUSPICIONS’ OFFICIALLY ADDED 94.4FM KBZT
* SINGLE, ‘LOSING COMPOSURE’ MAINTAINS TOP TEN IN NATIONAL SPECIALTY CHARTS
* FUTURE SELVES HITS #1 ALBUM IN SPECIALTY RADIO
MP3 of the single “Losing Composure”:
Watch this stunning tour montage to get a taste of TRANSFER:
And see the non-album track “White Horse” live in Denver: