Kerstin Kertochwill of Tonspion wrote, “When the Talking Heads dance with Pink Floyd and hit off Tame Impala and the LCD Soundsystem , then the sound of Strange Weather from Baltimore was pretty well captured: behind the experimental project is multi-instrumentalist Sean Brennan, who is a progressive with “Five Year Plan” psychedelic dream wrote.”…translated by Google. Read the whole post here:
On the night of the Fall Equinox, we’ll be headlining the historic venue The Bitter End (147 Bleecker St, NYC, NY) on September 20, 2019. We’ll take the stage at 11:30pm. We’ve got a special night planned for you.
Indie music blog ComeHereFloyd reviewed our latest song, “Suspending Disbelief”:
” ‘Suspending Disbelief’ is the title track of debut full length LP from STRANGE WEATHER. The album is, as the band says, a ‘loose concept’ album about dreams. Sean Brennan is the creative force behind the project. And with care and preparation, the album as it is now took 5 years to complete. Started in 2014, the brunt of the calypso/bossa stylized offering is a whimsical cavalcade of pop drama in song(s). The animal hulas, wave in the mind of your listening habits, and your cocktail of grand dreams, expand in pastel sunshine and grains of white beaches in a far off Universe.”
Our next film, directed by our own Sean Brennan and produced by Emmy Award-winning Hank Vohrer, is on the way. Here’s a taste.
Our latest song, “Idiot Bliss” hit the streets today, with a mind-bending video by Emmy Award-winner Hank Vohrer (Percepto Studios). Take a moment to turn on, tune in, drop out. And like, follow, subscribe.