[video] I LIKE TRAINS – The Spectacle

Moody, direct and catchy, I LIKE TRAINS are always the ones to impress and give an acute look at our modern history. Now they are back with a new standalone single “The Spectacle”, which was recorded, mixed, mastered and released by the group in almost exactly one month.

A postscript to KOMPROMAT is presented together with another great music video, directed by Michael Connolly.

Next month the group would also depart on their long-awaited tour, which would see them performing in the Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, France and Belgium (there are the UK shows planned in Autumn/Winter as well). Please find all the EU dates below and more information/tickets here.

Oct 21 – De Reunie, Geleen, NL
Oct 22 – Baroeg, Rotterdam, NL
Oct 23 – Artheater, Köln, DE
Oct 24 – Naumanns, Leipzig, DE
Oct 25 – Urban Spree, Berlin, DE
Oct 26 – Underdogs, Praha, CZ
Oct 27 – Hansa 39, München, DE
Oct 28 – Aérogare, Metz, FR
Oct 29 – FGO-Barbara, Paris, FR
Oct 30 – Botanique, Brussels, BE

Watch a video for “The Spectacle” below and get the song here.

[song] I LIKE TRAINS – PRISM (JAB Remix)

I LIKE TRAINS unveil a remix for their signature song “PRISM​”, made by James Adrian Brown of Pulled Apart By Horses. The original version of the track is taken from the group’s LP KOMPROMAT, released back in August last year.

Listen below and find the band’s upcoming European tour dates here.

[song] I LIKE TRAINS – The Truth (Vessels Remix)

I LIKE TRAINS have shared a new remix of their song “The Truth​” made by Vessels. The original version of the track appeared on band’s latest LP KOMPROMAT, released back in August last year.

Listen to it here and find the group’s upcoming European tour dates on the poster below.



Greatly titled KOMPROMAT is a fantastic return from Leeds band I LIKE TRAINS, who covered a lot of topics on the album by analyzing how the world has changed during recent years. It has been a while since the previous LP The Shallows, but the timing for the new release couldn’t be more suitable.

Shifting deeper towards the post-punk direction, it is an urgent and dark record, which drowns the listener in the gloomy atmosphere of universal disaster. Every song is brimming with clever lyrics, beautiful instrumentation, hooks and remarkable, haunting vocals, delivered by the lead singer David Martin.

Check it out below and buy the album here.