The Bots

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The Bots
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Indie rock, garage punk
Years active 2007–Present
Website www.thebotsband.com
Members
  • Mikaiah Lei
  • Anaiah Lei

The Bots are a Los Angeles-based indie rock band founded by brothers Mikaiah Lei and Anaiah Lei. They perform garage punk music.[1]

Rolling Stone named them an artist "Most Likely To Succeed in 2014"[2] during their coverage of acts performing at the annual Coachella Music Festival.

The Bots had already self released a full length album and 3 EP'S before they signed to Fader Label in 2013. The band debuted their album Pink Palms in October 2014 via FADER Label.[3]

Live performances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lester, Paul (July 27, 2012). "The Bots (No 1,318)". The Guardian. Retrieved 23 January 2015.
  2. ^ "Rolling Stone: Most Likely To Succeed".
  3. ^ "Los Angeles Times: The Bots Premiere album".
  4. ^ "Austin Chronicle: The Bots at FunFunFunFest".
  5. ^ "MTVIggy: The Bots at Afropunk Festival".
  6. ^ "Rolling Stone – Best Live Photos from Bonnaroo".
  7. ^ "Vanity Fair: Coachella Portraits".
  8. ^ "Stereogum Artist Portraits from Outside Lands".
  9. ^ "Mostly Retro at Summer Sonic".
  10. ^ "Lowlands Archief".
  11. ^ "Seattle Music News: The Bots on Warped Tour".

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