Ooberfuse are an electronica duo from Woolwich, London - Hal St John and Cherrie Anderson. Steered by the marvellous, pushed out from the common haunts of man, Ooberfuse navigate secure paths over the wildest oceans and unvisited regions of the human soul. Enwrapped in mists from the orient, a passion erupts from noble and almost forgotten sources. It elevates from all littleness of feeling subduing and tranquilising the superficiality of modern life. Their music explores unknown powers unfolding to the world the deepest mysteries. Despair, after a lethal injection of oober-fusiasm, gives way to a lost naiveté that cannot conform to acknowledged systems. Their songs are audio footprints left behind by people impelled towards invisible things.
Their new single, March of the Downtrodden, is a rallying cry to those whose hearts have been broken. Desperation and pain orchestrate the melodies and defiant beats that punctuate the song. The single will be out on 7 April on Peakflow Records.