Late last year, Dutch four-piece band PNEM unveiled the first chapter of a two-part homage to the systems that keep our day-night cycles in check, 'Circadian Rhythms'. This spring, the part krautrock, part psychedelic assemble have launched their exploration's second chapter, 'Public Spaces'. In it, the group expands upon their cosmic mission, which they are now bringing to the stage for some post-lockdown, fuzz-infused live shows. With a carefully calculated pulse, PNEM is continuously inspired by the monotonous howl of industrial machinery.
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