"Lover's Game" is Geographer's latest synth-pop dance track, featuring all the subtle fret noises and punchy bass your heart desires. Find it on their most recent album "Myth." Their video gives new meaning to the word "headlight." Meanwhile, a group of faceless, poncho-wearing drones watch the band bring neon paint to life while being showered in confetti.
In the summer of 2005, after a series of deaths in the family, Michael Deni left his hometown in New Jersey for San Francisco. He spent the next several months with his guitar and a synthesizer, turning that tragedy into the songs that would soon become the foundation for Geographer.
With the additions of cellist Nathan Blaz and drummer Brian Ostreicher, Geographer spent the next year cutting their teeth in the Bay Area, winning over crowds with the heart-pounding epics that make up their debut record, 'Innocent Ghosts.
After being selected one of three 'Undiscovered Bands You Need To Hear Now by SPIN Magazine and garnering considerable word-of-mouth praise from their energetic live shows, the band signed to San Francisco-based label Tricycle Records, releasing a 7 single for the song 'Kites in October 2009.
'Animal Shapes follows up 'Kites, building on the synth-driven aesthetic of the single, while flirting with darker, more esoteric underpinnings. The record merges Geographers aptitude for crafting beautiful, haunting melodies with textural sounds and polyrhythmic energy, marking an evolution of their distinct style.
With the overwhelming response to the release of 'Kites and 'Animal Shapes, punctuated by a dynamic and engaging live set, the band has already begun to make an indelible mark on the ears of music fans worldwide.