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Electro-punk duo from Kent Feral Five is all set to release their upcoming EP Man Cat Doll Machine. A consistent futuristic Electro vibe with strong narratives and raw punk female vocals with sounds straight out of Apollo 9.

Picked by electronic legend Martyn Ware to inject some electropunk into his Picasso Portraits event at the National Portrait Gallery in January, Feral Five came up with the four new songs that make up the Man Cat Doll Machine EP. As they delved into the art, the themes of desire, justice, and the treatment of women, became more and more relevant to today.

Man Cat Doll Machine’s Low Poly cover art was created by socio-political artist Tracey Moberly with her TriTrace App.

 

 

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All images and artworks by Tracey Moberly / Design+Code / Jonathan Moberly

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