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Photo by Beth Riley

Walter Robotics would like to introduce you to its classic robot band:
Steam Powered Giraffe!

Steampunk and Futurism mesh together with mime and music to create a breathtakingly imaginative act.

Hydraulics hiss and motors hum as three robots begin to snap into mechanical movement.
Their instruments ring and the automatons begin to belt out in three part harmony.

The robots of Steam Powered Giraffe are like nothing you've ever seen. The malfunctioning joke-spewing metal men play a collection of original Vaudeville inspired tunes fused with modern flare and executed in a super-sleek, one-of-a-kind performance.

More than just a band, Steam Powered Giraffe is an experience that must be seen and heard by the entire family.

  The artists behind the robots started street busking as these quirky characters in January 2008 at Balboa Park, California, and instantly drew the attention of Southern California. Since then they've performed at such venues as The San Diego Fair, The San Diego Zoo, The Wild Animal Park, Legoland, Ontario Mills, and numerous Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Steampunk Conventions.  

The act combines the visual of robot pantomime with sketches, pop culture references, improvised comedic dialogue, and of course, original music.

From their heartwarming nostalgic melodies to their funky cabaret rock, Steam Powered Giraffe's songs are memorable, infectious, and as unique as the robots themselves.

Trained in pantomime by Seaport Village mime Jerry Hager, with collective backgrounds in clown, theatre, music, and visual design, Sam Luke, and the Bennett twins Bunny and David have sculpted a striking homegrown performance that will leave you tapping your feet and humming for days.

The magic and intrigue of the robots continues to spread across the USA and beyond.

For information on how to book Steam Powered Giraffe, click here.

Steam Powered Giraffe is proudly endorsed by Höfner.

The group uses a black Höfner H500/1-CT Contemporary Series Violin Bass Guitar with a custom painted red pickguard and knob plate. The bass guitar can be seen and heard being played by Hatchworth and The Spine during live stage shows.


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