Electro-pop duo Jules Verne Theory have releases their newest album, Black Swan, now available.
Jules Verne Theory is the combination of talents and experiences of Richard Slee and Arron Clague, each of which have impressive portfolios.
Arron previously worked writing and recording in media production for BBC Radiophonic Workshop. As part of the Eight to Inifinty Production Team, he produced tracks for Mute Records as well as releasing tracks through Ninthwave in the U.S.
More recently Arron has been producing music for the Dublin Arts Council installations as well as contributing the upcoming album of Isle of Man singer/songwriter Clara Barkers.
Richard Slee has been performing live for over two decades including appearances with well known UK comedian and actor Greg Davies. Slee has also played the leading role for a short film titled Harm. Now active in the local arts scene in Isle of Man, Richard is a founding member of the Shoestring Theatre Company and performs music both in the UK and Isle of Man.
Since returning to the Isle of Man after completing a postgraduate business degree in Australia he has been actively involved in the local arts scene. He was a founding member of the Shoestring Theatre Company and has been performing a diverse range of music in both the Isle of Man and UK.
Richard and Arron are undoubtedly well versed in the ways of catchy, upbeat, electro-pop with a rockin’ edge. Jules Verne Theory’s new album Black Swan is guaranteed to lift you up, make you move, and get your blood pumpin’ just right.
With eleven tracks of groove inducing, body moving frequencies you can’t go wrong by grabbing of Black Swan.
Connect with Jules Verne Theory on their website.