The Neighbourhood Strange hail from the regions of Stonehenge in the confluence of the Five Rivers.
Springing from a scene that gave the music world at large Jane From Occupied Europe, The Badgeman and The Nuthins, The Neighbourhood Strange continue that typically Sarum blend of darkness and light via desolate heartfelt vocals, fuzzy guitars and reedy organ. The new single, Let's Get High has both feet in the '80s garage camp recalling the Italian arrogance of The Sick Rose.
The Strange have already caused ripples throughout the musical firmament. March 2015 saw them record their debut session at The Crow's Nest Studios, London with Olly Betts of The Duke Spirit producing - this single was once again recorded with Olly. Having also played hundreds of gigs, the most notable being alongside Californian psych rockers Carlton Melton, and already having had BBC 6 Music airplay from Steve Lamacq and Gideon Coe, their State Studio recorded Many Secrets featured on the acclaimed Shindig! Magazine download. A bright future on the international psychedelic festival scene looks guaranteed.
What better way to introduce The Neighbourhood Strange than this description by DrunkenWerewolf...!
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The Neighbourhood Strange are...
Marcus - The singer with the attitude of Iggy Pop and Jim Morrison. Also a dab hand at guitar.
Mark - The guitarist. As smooth as the Californian Sun! Minimal movement for maximum effect.
Bob - Organ. With his 1960s Italian-made keys machine. The handsome one.
Dazman - Low, low end bass rumbles abound.
Will - Drums with the sublime attitude of an efficient watch maker
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