Brooklyn’s favorite orchestral pop band Miracles of Modern Science
announce their new single “I Found Space”.
Check out the new song HERE!
“Has the potential to change the entire playing field of indie music.”
They’ll be showing off their new material with a handful of New York and New Jersey shows.
Full Tour Dates Below!
Miracles of Modern Science Spring Tour Dates
Apr 22 – Princeton Art Museum – Princeton, NJ
w/ Freelance Whales
May 1 – Cedar House – Brooklyn, NY
w/ Tidal Arms and PAPS
May 15 – Deli Mag Best of NYC Fest @ Cameo Gallery – NY, NY
(MOMS at 5:20pm)
What people are saying about Miracles of Modern Science
Named Miracels of Modern Science a “Must Hear Artist” at CMJ 09.
“Miracles of Modern Science play consummate major-key space-pop that sounds like something new.”
KEXP 90.3FM Seattle
“There is something infectiously awesome about MOMS”
“Some of the most creative, catchy, and purely fun music in New York City.”
“Fans of Final Fantasy and Andrew Bird should take note of this band.”
Reel Around the Fountain
“Their music is beautiful, it’s really big – so many instruments pushed to their heights and depths… Listen to Miracles of Modern Science, and do it quick, before your best friend does. You’ll get lots of street cred, I promise.”
Consequence of Sound
“Beautiful and epic… This east coast [five]-piece can write one hell of a song.”
The Wheel’s Still In Spin
One of the 10 best EPs of 2008!
Who are Miracles of Modern Science!?
Miracles of Modern Science began life in 2004 as a sea-shanty-spouting string band at Princeton University, formed by orchestra dropouts and jazz band rejects. In 2005, they found a drummer and plugged their miniature orchestra into amps. Since then, their ecstatic live shows have been shaking hips with instruments grandma might have waltzed to.
The band pieced together their debut EP in dorm rooms and basements over the course of 2008. Its combination of post-rock explosions, anthemic pop vocals, and antique textures makes for a sound lost in time – this is how a Civil War string band might have imagined the music of the far-distant 1980s, or how Devo might have entertained at a Lincoln benefit. The EP, released as a free download, has garnered praise all over the blogosphere.
Since moving to Brooklyn in the summer of 2008, Miracles of Modern Science have shared the stage with Dan Deacon, Gang Gang Dance, Micachu & The Shapes, Ponytail, Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson, and Au Revoir Simone at packed venues ranging from Brooklyn DIY strongholds to the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. Buzz surrounding these performances earned Miracles of Modern Science the title of “Artist of the Month” at The Deli Magazine, Featured Artist at JezebelMusic.com, and most recently, one of Spin Magazine’s “25 Must-Hear Artists” at the 2009 CMJ Music Marathon.