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We Are Scientists Return With New Single Operator Error

Wednesday, 21 September 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Danny Lee

We Are Scientists have returned with a new single, Operator Error.

The catchy, hook-laden indie-rock track marks the New York duo's first new music since their 2021 album 'Huffy'.

"I have a tendency to deliver hot takes and to get extraordinarily overheated about utterly inconsequential things," vocalist and guitarist Keith Murray said of the song.

"I got into a multi-hour argument over whether Top Gun: Maverick is a halfway decent movie. Maybe it’s weird, then, that I also tend to be pretty sanguine over big issues. It’s fairly hard to drag me into a heated fight, or to get me to say something that I’ll later come to regret," Murray continued. "On important matters, I like to keep quiet, to listen to everyone else’s take, and to silently build my own bullet-proof argument, which nobody else will ever hear. I operate in dual modes – one where I’m apt to deliver my dumb opinion with little provocation and one in which it’s almost impossible to get me to say what I’m really thinking. It’s probably a pretty frustrating character trait for the people who are trying to engage me in consequential conversation, and I apologize to my friends and my enemies alike."


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