Inside the walls of this cold plastic city The Fast Computers are waiting to get out, looking for an exit that isn't there. Is there any hope for happiness outside of drugs and lust? Formed in 2003 in the basement of an ancient house on the outskirts of Chicago, The Fast Computers are the braintrust of Peter Dean, a man who remembers a time when people thought the future would be filled with flying cars, molecular transport, and omniharmony. Disenchanted with the realities of modern life, he has, along with Jennifer Fox created a sound that is distinctively modern and complexly reminiscent. Propagating a musical lineage that stretches from Brian Wilson to Jarvis Cocker, The Fast Computers strive to create a soundtrack for an idealized modern life, one free from greed, regret and control by invisible machines. From sparse quiet gems to sonic masterpieces, The Fast Computers run the gamut from demure to overwhelming while always striving for new directions in a cluttered musical world.