Boiler Room release stream of Overmono’s award-winning AV set

Boiler Room has shared an exclusive stream of Overmono’s award-winning audio-visual live show.

Recorded at Manchester’s Warehouse Project earlier this year, the collaboration between Welsh electronic duo and Overmono and the legendary Boiler Room was a mammoth moment for the pair. Hammering through a powerful and earth-shaking set of their own productions, Overmono prove their live capabilities are limitless.

The release of the stream marks a triumphant end to a whirlwind year for brothers Tom and Ed Russell, raised in the sleepy Overmonnow in Monmouth, South Wales. With their incredible debut studio album Good Lies landing earlier this year via the fabled XL Recordings, Overmono have refused to slow the pace, performing over seventy-five shows across the globe including Coachella, Fuji Rock and Primavera. They also released two standalone singles – the rapturous and incredible “Blow Out” and the beautifully collaborative club-ready “Freedoom 2” (with Kwengface and Joy Orbison) – which have become celebrated club anthems on both sides of the Atlantic and soundtracked Givenchy’s AW23 Womenswear Paris Fashion Week Show at the request of Creative Director, Matthew Williams.

Overmono are easily one of the most exciting electronic acts to emerge from the heavily saturated UK scene, their sound distinct and assured, immediately recognisable amongst the fodder. Good Lies is a true highlight of 2023, a cohesive yet experimental debut effort.

Overmono will bring the Good Lies World Tour to Australia and New Zealand at the end of this year. For more information or to buy tickets, head to

Tune in to the Boiler Room set below.

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