Luminary Denver livetronica duo Break Science is back with a new single, “Mecha Flora”, the group’s first since 2020. The single serves as the title track to a forthcoming EP from keyboardist Borahm Lee (Pretty Lights Live) and drummer Adam Deitch (Lettuce) out on February 2nd.

“Mecha Flora” seeps in with mindful synths to prime the listener for a meditative experience. Once in tune with the aura, Deitch’s beats drop into the flow of live electronic mastery before bass bounces complete the sonic sampling. The dreamlike track oscillates between thoughtful introspection and outright expression of auditory momentum.

Mecha Flora was a product of the pandemic, with Deitch and Lee taking full advantage of both their downtime as well as the fact that they lived only a seven-minute walk from each other in Denver. Many of the recordings were made with Lee’s living room piano and drum set, giving the EP’s six tracks an organic air of authenticity and shepherding their authors through the perils of the pandemic. The EP continues Break Science’s mission of thoughtful live electronic music and marks the duo’s first extended release since the 2018 album Grid of Souls.

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Stream the new Break Science single “Mecha Flora” via the player below or on your preferred platform. The group will celebrate the EP’s release on February 2nd with its headlining debut at Denver’s Meow Wolf Convergence Station. Tickets are on sale here.

Break Science – “Mecha Flora”