Press To Meco May 2016
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Press To Meco Drop Animated Video For Autopsy

Futuristic rock at its finest
Press To Meco May 2016

Press To MECO have premiered their brand new video, exclusively with Kerrang!

The Croydon/Crawley three-piece get their animation hats on as they reveal Autopsy – the third single from their latest album Good Intent. Head to the link to grab a copy of their debut album now: http://theorchard.lnk.to/PTMGoodIntent

Talking about the track drummer/vocalist Lewis Williams said : “Autopsy is a step away from our usual sound, we wanted to write something epic and slower with lots of big harmonies. It’s less chaotic and way more exposed musically and vocally. The lyrics are melancholic while musically it crescendo’s into a big uplifting ending. It’s a mixed bag of emotions about coming to terms with death, but at the same time being angry about our insignificance.

Watch Autopsy below:

Catch Press To MECO live at the following:


19 Guildford The Boileroom, Guildford
20 Brighton Alt Escape (Great Escape Festival)
23 Derby Venue
24 Chester Live Rooms
25 Swansea Scene
26 Huddersfield Parish
27 Cannock Station
28 Southend Chinnery’s


4 London Camden Rocks Festival

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