DATAROCK

Catcher in the Rye

(YAP Records; March 21)

The Most Extravagant Single in History Out Now,
Alongside Secret California
EP

For the past decade Norway’s DATAROCK have melded indie dance, new wave, pop, and funk into a custom sound responsible for a steady stream of unforgettable tracks and performances.  Now DATAROCK has released Catcher in the Rye, the most extravagant single in history on March 21!  In addition, the band has revealed a secret EP titled California.  The tracks on the album are excerpts from the forthcoming opus, DATAROCK – the musical!  Check out a stream of the full California EP exclusively on AOL Spinner.

California is available digitally on iTunes today. Catcher In the Rye is available digitally on iTunes and the single also comes as a designer toy with a USB stick that features 110 tracks, 1500 photos taken at their shows in 33 countries, 20 music videos, and Never Say Die, a brand new hour-long concert film. The USB features the EP, the new album Music For Synchronization, both of their previous albums with bonus tracks, the new Lost and Found b-sides and rarities compilation, 15 new instrumentals, and the 40 track remix album Mixed Up. The toy was created by Brian Flynn at Hybrid Design and San Francisco based pioneer company SUPER7.  The 4GB designer toy is available for purchase on SUPER7 and go behind the scenes into the studio for the making of California with Fredrik Saroea here.

DATAROCK are a festival favorite in North America, Europe, Asia, and South America. Their 2008 performance at Coachella drew twice the amount of people as the tent’s capacity! The band kicked off a world tour in support of “the most extravagant single in history” this month including several outrageous sold out shows at SXSW – be sure to join in on the madness!

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