Strange Cages are set to make their return with an epic new EP this June and UK tour in May.
With their frenetic, snotty, psych-surf rock ‘n’ roll sound in the vein of The Cramps or Ty Segall, Brighton’s Strange Cages have made big strides in their short existence, gaining support from the likes of Clash Magazine, NME, Q Magazine, The 405 and The Line of Best Fit, whilst tearing up stages in support of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Night Beats, and Boogarins.
Having followed up their Theo Verney produced debut ‘Desert’ with their next release ‘Pony’, the trio are now set to release a new 6-track EP ‘The Cracks’ on Vallence Records this June, with ‘Leader Of A Cult’ being the first track to surface from the upcoming EP.
Combining elements of krautrock and post-punk with a paranoid, schizophrenic vocal, Brighton has unearthed another gem in a city currently producing some of the most exciting acts in the UK at the moment.
Strange Cages release ‘The Cracks’ through Vallence Records on June 16th 2017. The band will also hit the road this May for a series of dates throughout the UK.
12 May – SHEFFIELD – Picture House Social (w/ Vulgarians)
16 May – CARDIFF – Moon Club (w/ Vulgarians)
19 May – BRIGHTON – The Globe
20 May – MANCHESTER – The Peer Hat
22 May – BRISTOL – Crofters Rights (w/ Vulgarians)
23 May – LONDON – The Old Blue Last (w/ Vulgarians)
25 May – HULL – The New Adelphi
27 May – NOTTINGHAM – Rock City (w/ Vulgarians)
28 May – LEEDS – Eiger Studios
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