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Room 1904

by Information Society



In their fourth single release from their upcoming album, ‘OddFellows’, the now-FOUR-man line-up of Information Society: Paul Robb, Kurt Larson, James Cassidy and visualist Zeke "Falcotronik" Prebluda are dropping a vintage-style pop-music glitter-bomb into the world. Sparkling with synthy goodness, this track hearkens back to the band’s '80s pop roots, putting them in the same stream of recent stellar releases from synth bands like Ultravox, Human League and OMD. Like so many of InSoc’s songs, this one tells the eternal and universal story of meeting, loving, and separating. (One might begin to suspect that these guys have tragic love-lives.) But what’s this? Portuguese lyrics at the end of the song?? Not surprising, considering the band’s life-long connection with Brasil!


WRITTEN by Paul Jason Robb & Kurt Harland Larson
PRODUCED by Paul Jason Robb
RECORDED & MIXED by Paul Jason Robb
GRAPHIC DESIGN by K. Leader Design


released January 17, 2020


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Information Society Los Angeles, California

Information Society has been recording and performing for over 25 years. After emerging from the Minneapolis underground in the mid '80s, the group stormed onto the national scene with "Running," one of the most influential electro/freestyle tracks of all time. They went on to release notable hits including "What's on Your Mind (Pure Energy)," "Walking Away," "Think," and "Peace and Love, Inc." ... more

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