Information Society will soon launch an homage to the songs and artists that have influenced them with a new album Orders Of Magnitude, a collection of new and previously released songs that have influenced their sound and their style.
From the InSoc-ified Winnie The Pooh staple “Heffalumps and Woozles” to the pop side of the Sisters Of Mercy, Orders Of Magnitude offers a glimpse into the influences behind one of the most innovative synthpop acts of our time.
- Praying To The Aliens
- (We Don’t Need This) Fascist Groove Thang
- Heffalumps And Woozles
- State Of The Nation
- Kiss You All Over
- Beautiful World
- Capital I
- Don’t You Want Me
- Man In The Dark Sedan
- Me And My Rhythm Box
Release date: March 11, 2016.
Orders Of Magnitude, was set to have a Pledge Music pre-sale this week, however due to David Bowie’s passing the band released the following statement:
We were holding this back for our special PledgeMusic package (launching shortly) but, in light of the passing of one of our icons, we give you a rare demo of our take on Bowie’s classic “Heroes”.