“Divisionists have shared stages with artists such recording artist Alex Monk (of Smeraldina-Rima Records), Swiss garage-psych legends Roy and the Devil’s Motorcycle, Pete ‘Bassman’ Bain (previously with Spaceman-3 and Darkside), The Fallen Leaves, and Fire Healer.”

Brendan Quinn: lead/backing vocals, guitars, piano, organ 
Mark Bennett: guitars, synths, backing vocals 
Mike Whitaker: bass, piano, backing vocals 
Rob McGregor: drums, percussion


“First single ‘Say Can You’ is an impressive blast of psyched-up power-pop – could easily be a Bandwagonesque out-take… ‘We Must Be Careful’ makes good use of that Sugar/Matthew Sweet tactic of combining melody with distortion and feedback. Nice.” – Shindig! Magazine (page 83, issue #72)

“A near-perfect blast of visceral psychedelia and blissed-out power pop that yields earworm after earworm… not only builds upon [Abunai!’s] psychedelic legacy, it definitively merges psych with power pop and shoegaze for one of the freshest-yet-familiar albums of 2017 to date. [‘Say Can You’ is] a hi-nrg blast of chiming, fuzzed-out guitars and soaring, ecstatic vocals, it conjured classic images of everyone from Teenage Fanclub, Ride, and Matthew Sweet, to Byrds, Crazy Horse, and Velvet Underground… ’Dream Landscape’ [is] a moodier, drifting/droning ballad that adds Big Star to the pop rogues list… check the gospellish vocals and rippling guitars of ‘Alone’ or a luminous cover of the Velvets’ ‘Pale Blue Eyes’’… Flip the record and the delights keep coming, from the warm, womblike sonic cocoon that is ‘Colors (Song For a Spaceman)’—for you influences trainspotters, listen for the modal, almost Quicksilver Messenger Service-like fretwork—to the straight-up jangle pop of ‘Little Margaret’ to the dark, explosive, feedback-laden, space-rocking ‘We Must Be Careful’, which, at seven minutes, has ample time to ebb and explode in a prismic burst of dynamics, tones, and textures…. All in all, a remarkable record that repays successive listens with earworm after earworm. All those above comparisons to icons? Believe it.” – Fred Blurt’s 4-STAR REVIEW in Blurt Magazine

“Opener ‘Success’ instantly brings to mind The Beatles, but [Rob] McGregor’s drumming and backing vocals push it into The Who’s early territory, being three minutes of forceful pop. Lilting guitar work from Mark Bennett introduces ‘Fraction of Grace’, a subtly psychedelic number resembling an uptempo Galaxie 500..”. – Prog Rock Magazine, review of a live show at The Betsey Trotwood (8 Sept 2017)

“Calling to mind the guitar pop of the early 90’s that seemed to stand alone in the face of the morose and po faced grunge, Divisionists are continuing a lineage that includes the harmony heavy work of R.E.M. and the sweet melodies of Evan Dando’s Lemonheads… Holding a touch of Neil Young’s incendiary Ragged Glory-era fire…” – Overblown Magazine (album premiere)



Divisionists – Say Can You

Divisionists – Dream Landscape

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