The Perfects Release Debut Album "Future Automatic" on April 28

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Electronica / Rock Band Offers Entire Album for Free Download

After building a solid fan base from their self-titled EP, The Perfects meld futuristic sounds with the melodic core of yesterday into their debut album, Future Automatic (FU Records), to be released on April 28, 2009.

Founding member Ric Peters started The Perfects in 2005. Heading into the studio with Nic Hard in 2006 (The Bravery, The Church), The Perfects came back with the self-titled EP that won over critics and new fans alike. Top Billboard charting DJ Richard Vission remixed the single "Shipwrecked."

While working on Future Automatic, The Perfects also remixed for other artists, including Mindless Self Indulgence's "What Do They Know?" on Another Mindless Ripoff EP. Ric Peters' penned materials are currently being performed on the Mindless Self Indulgence's "If Tour".

The debut LP, Future Automatic pairs The Perfects with Nic Hard once again. Prior to the April 28 release date, The Perfects already found their album leaked online. Rather than battling the leak, The Perfects will follow the footsteps of Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails and make the album free for download. "Why fight it?" Ric Peters reasoned, "The music landscape is much different now so it's better to embrace the change rather than deny the reality and find a way to make it work for the artist" Future Automatic will still be available on iTunes and Amazon for fans that want to make a contribution. There will be hard copies available as well, including 25 limited edition copies in tin cases with exclusive t-shirts.

The complete track listing for Future Automatic is as follows:

End of Us
Come Down
Because of You
When I Cared
New Life
The Hidden
Darling Angel

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