About


Wired to Follow is an experimental soundscape outfit hailing from Merseyside. Comprising two main artists Stephen Johnston and Barry Fearns who have worked together on musical projects for a number of years, the outfit which is more aptly described as a musical project than a band has also collaborated with a number of other talented musicians.

Wired to Follow was launched in 2012 and takes its inspiration from exciting developments in technology. They released their first EP Everything In Colour in 2013, which was well-received with one review stating: “This is what Sonic Youth could have sounded like after being locked up in a room with Brian Eno.” This was followed by the second release Instances, which was described as “mood music for the galactically inclined.” Science fiction inspired the third EP, entitled 90Y, which took its name from an episode of The Twilight Zone. Constantly writing, recording music and experimenting with sounds, Wired to Follow recently brought out a short release of three songs, entitled Short Code named after one of the first ever high level computer programming languages. They are currently working on a their debut album.

Outstanding.

Adam Walton BBC Radio Wales.

This is what Sonic Youth could have sounded like after being locked up in a room with Brian Eno.

Here Comes the Flood

Instances

Release: November 03 2013

  1. On-screen Kiss
  2. Who Lives
  3. Glaciers
  4. Eurovision Song Contest Winner

Anyone looking for their next soundscape of emotion would do well to let Wired to Follow in

Simon Smith Higher Plain Music

It is mood music for the galactically inclined; the sound of a loaded cargo ship cruising towards Earth, and home.

Getintothis

this collection of futuristic sound waves will caress so deeply you’ll feel it in your bones.

Smokefreekevin

Seemingly brimming with ideas and the ability to pull them off, this EP promises many more interesting things to come from Wired to Follow.

Stationary Travels

Short Code

Release: May 31 2014

  1. Factory Reset
  2. Come Back in One Piece
  3. Éphémères

How something can be so great and yet so uniquely heard is beyond me but this is another stellar release.

Higher Plain Music

The new Wired to Follow EP is cinematic bliss.

Noted
“I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them.” - Isaac Asimov