The Algorithm in Pointers video

The Algorithm have premiered the video for their track Pointers with TeamRock.

The song is taken from upcoming album Brute Force, released on April 1 via FiXT Records.

Pre-orders for the album are also now available, with the first 128 orders via The Algorithm’s online store receiving a deluxe version that includes a unique midi version of the tracks on floppy disk.

Algorithm mastermind Remi Gallego says: “I’m very excited to finally unveil more of my new album today. Pointers is a track that took me a long time to write and finalise, and yet it remains is one of my favourite works so far. A big thanks to Richard Oakes for helping us put the vision into image. Enjoy.”

The Algorithm launched a European tour this month.


Mar 12: Madrid Lemon, Spain
Mar 13: Barcelona Apola 2, Spain
Mar 17: Frankfurt Elfer, Germany
Mar 18: Bochum Matrix, Germany
Mar 19: Istanbul Roxy, Turkey
Mar 22: Lille La Peniche, France
Mar 23: Paris La Fleche D’Or, France
Mar 24: Grenoble Amperage, France
Mar 25: Geneva Electron Festival, Switzerland
Mar 27: Nantes Scene Michelet, France
Mar 28: Bordeaux Iboat, France
Mar 29: Toulouse Saint Des Seins, France
Mar 30: Arles Cargo, France
Mar 31: Bologna Freakout Club, Italy
Apr 01: Torino Alcatraz, Italy
Apr 02: Tricesimo Interstate Studio 270, Italy
Apr 03: Vienna Flex Club, Austria
Apr 07: Prague Lucerna Music Bar, Czech Republic
Apr 08: Poznan Minoga, Poland
Apr 09: Berlin Musik & Frieden, Germany
Apr 16: Bristol Thekla, UK
Apr 18: Glasgow Audio, UK
Apr 20: Nottingham Rock City, UK
Apr 21: Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms, UK
Apr 22: London Borderline, UK
Apr 28: St Petersburg Backstage, Russia
Apr 29: Moscow Volta, Russia

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