Knock Me Off My Feet
Enriched with flavours of 'Snow Patrol, Coldplay and even Pink Floyd", the Scottish Highland power-pop duo from Inverness, Spatial Unity, is surely one of the pop music scene's most up and coming innovative artists, with world-wide acclaim. The core of the band consists of: Andy Murray - (formerly of Wolfstone), guitarist, lyricist, vocalist and songwriter Andy Pearce - drummer, percussionist, keyboardist and also composer/producer Although predominantly Rock and Indie influenced their music is flavoured with various genres ranging from Pop, Ballads, Latin-Jazz to Electronica. This is evident in their debut album "Knock Me off My Feet". HISTORY AND BAND MEMBERS Andy Murray - (home town: Inverness, Scotland) Andy M is an inventive, creative guitarist / song writer with flare and imagination; Melodic in approach and fiery by nature, he has been compared by some to such players as Jeff Beck, Gary Moore and Eric Johnson. This is evident in "It\'s Not Love" and "Touching What\'s Divine". Andy has been a session musician on many albums and has a wealth of experience in many genres. To expand, he has worked with notorious musicians such as John Sinclair (keyboard player from Ozzy Osbourne) and Martin Smith (a past member of ELO). He also co wrote "Coming Home Tonight", a song featured on the Smokey album, \'The World and Elsewhere\', released globally in 1997. Additionally, Andy also played lead guitar with renowned Celtic rock band Wolfstone, where he featured on the first 2 albums, \'Unleashed\' and \'The Chase\', both were gold selling albums. While with Wolfstone Andy toured worldwide and participated in live TV concerts and Radio sessions. He continues to write his own material, and recording in other projects, and has now teamed up with long time friend Andy Pearce (Melbourne) in this exciting venture with Spatial Unity. Andy Pearce - (home town: Melbourne Australia - now resides in Scotland) Andy P is a percussionist, drummer, songwriter / producer; and his natural talents have been described as original and refreshing. His musical creativity combines Electronica with natural percussion and other acoustic instruments. The result is an inspirational fusion between Jazz-funk to the cafes of Havana. Andy\'s musical influences evolved from the 90\'s where he worked as a resident DJ in various clubs. As a child he was classically trained as a pianist but during his teens fell in love with drumming. Later, Andy discovered a passion for percussion in particular Brazilian and Afro-Cuban styles and now uses these influences heavily in his own personal creations. As a session musician, his skill has been called upon to record percussion and keyboards on assorted projects-albums and has played in various concerts and music festivals within Australia and also the UK.