Family Machine emerged from an Oxford music scene brimming with talent.
Releasing their debut album, the band seemed set for big things. But then? Nothing.
Well, not quite. Seven years on, Family Machine are ready to release their second album 'Houses That You Lived In' and it's simultaneously much more ambitious yet also much more introverted than the debut.
Singer Jamie Hyatt explains: “'Houses That You Lived In' is about living and dying. It's about the little stories that are in the big life story that we are all in the middle of. It's about the fear, the joy and just the general feeling that everything is just as it is.”
An inspiring, passionate and poetic return, 'Houses That You Live In' ends a seven year drought in some style.
Check it out now.