Klaxons’ James Righton announces Shock Machine’s debut album

Watch the new video for single 'Lost In The Mystery', too.
James Righton, formerly of Klaxons, has announced details of his debut album under the Shock Machine moniker.

The self-titled full-length will land on 17th February via Marathon Artists, and was produced James Ford in the south of France.

The release will follow a handful of live dates which see out the year, including appearances at SWN Festival and Beacons, and a support slot at the Roundhouse with Warpaint:


22 Swn Festival, Cardiff

27 The Roundhouse, London (supporting Warpaint)

30 Beacons Metro, Leeds


19 Les Inrocks Festival, Paris


12 The Lexington, London (Radio X Xposure Live)

Watch the new Nova Dando-directed video for single ‘Lost In The Mystery’ below, and find ‘Shock Machine’’s full track listing after the jump.

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