Premiere: Tryptamines – ‘A Landslide O Tiny Robots’

Led by composer, multi-instrumentalist and poet, Callum Peterkin, Tryptamines are set to release a new concept album tomorrow. Having battled a severe arm injury, as well as depression and a cancer scare, Peterkin and co. have now released several records, are established guests at a range of psychedelic festivals and are fast becoming known for their grand, musically rich creations.

Ahead of the release of the album, Tryptamines have shared new track ‘A Landslide O Tiny Robots’. A truly majestic offering, the track oozes an evocative, eerie energy, reflecting the dark undertones of the album’s narrative as a whole. Challenging listeners not to accept all the corrupt media we’re fed on a daily basis, Tryptamines have created something quite beautiful in its poignancy.

Listen to ‘A Landslide O Tiny Robots’, for the first time, here:

The Way Which Can Be Named Is Not The Nameless Way, the new album from Tryptamines, is out tomorrow, 20 April via FitLike Records.

Mari Lane

Mari Lane

Editor, London. Likes: Kathleen Hanna, 6Music, live music in the sunshine. Dislikes: Sexism, pineapples, the misuse of apostrophes.