Somewhere in the Greater Manchester Area, on an average street, in an average attic of an average house, every now and again, time stands still. This is when Andrew Johnson and Craig Tattersal sit down and switch on their machines, opening the gates to the land of The Remote Viewer. This, however, does not happen too often, just in case you want to know why it took so long to compile new tracks for a new release on CCO. After their album Here I Go Again On My Own released in 2002, we are happy to announce the return of The Remote Viewer. You're Going To Love Our Defeatist Attitude picks up where Andrew and Craig pressed the Stop button after recording their last album, but at the same time takes their sound to a completely new level, a much more acoustic one. With Nicola Hodgkinson (from Empress) on vocals, Andrew and Craig dig deeper, haunt some friendly ghosts in detuned pianos, introduce a vocoder to the band, polish their little rhythms and make them shine even brighter. It is an intimate world these two gentlemen are orchestrating, a world in which time doesn't really matter, a world which is always there, which always awaits you with open arms.