Ride, the latest single from eccentric musician, producer and instrumental innovator Sam Battle, aka LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER is out now. Combining an upbeat catchy hook with Sam’s inimitable synth sounds, Ride celebrates his unique musical approach. 

Listen to Ride here :

Speaking of his inspiration for the track, Sam says: 

“The song is about disappearing and getting away from the world that is so interconnected and messy, full of one person’s word against another’s. Set in an idea of riding away on whatever you can find, Ride is a dynamic

song that is a mini journey through musical themes and style. Overall a pretty loud synth pop song.” 

Sam has recently opened The Museum of Everything Else in Ramsgate where he showcases obsolete and experimental technology and home built machines. As well as housing many LMNC inventions and classic machines it houses special pieces by other artists that were exclusively commissioned. Possibly the piece fans are most excited to see in person is the record breaking 1000 oscillator megadrone. Sam’s latest invention, the “Teletubbie Tidal Wave” was recently debuted as part of Ramsgate Festival of Sound at the Ramsgate Boating Pool. The installation is an interactive art piece based on a large stadium wave of Teletubbies and once again showcases Sam’s multidisciplinary talents. 

LOOK MUM NO COMPUTER released his second EP in 2020 and has played sold out live shows across the UK and Europe including a triumphant headline show at London’s XOYO. When he’s not making music, Sam is building organs out of Furbies, producing videos for LEGO, and running his hugely successful YouTube channel. His videos for his creations including the Flamethrower Organ, the Synth Bike and Furby Organ, alongside various other online adventures have clocked up over 60 million views and he has almost half a million followers on YouTube regularly watching his videos.