“London City, the ‘Big Smoke’, or whatever the fuck you want to call it.”

Two years ago, the British dubstep band, Modestep, released their debut album “Evolution Theory”. The release launched the group onto an international platform; a global tour and 3M+ Soundcloud followers. In 2014, Matthew Curtis (drummer) and Nick Tsang (guitar) left the band to pursue other opportunities. Josh & Tony Friend, Modestep founders, landed mega-talents Kyle Deek and Pat Lundy to join the group on guitar and drums respectively.

Tony, Josh, Kyle, and Pat, together with collaborators FuntCase, Teddy Killerz, Culprate, The Partysquad, Trolley Snatcha, Big Narstie, Flowdan, Frisco, etc., have set the bar high for the band’s anticipated second album release: “London Road”, set for May 25th. This week, the band released a 10-minute promo video (above) in addition to their second new single, “Machines”: