“The Last Man Alive” has been out for just over a week, and it’s been getting a bit of buzz. It’s been popping up on a bunch of great playlists and today NYStateMusic.com posted a review on the front page of their site 🙂 It’s pretty cool to get some love from New York’s music hub, considering the song was inspired by Rip Van Winkle, the OG sleepy Yankee. Check out the article here:
Check out this Spotify playlist I made. It’s inspiration for our new song “The Last Man Alive”, but also just songs that make me feel things that I never get tired of.
The one and only Oleada Indie recently wrote an awesome review of “Who’s Got the Power?”, saying:
“Strange Weather’s music is an intricate weave of musical elements spanning genres and decades. The project is not afraid to experiment, to mix and match, creating a unique symphony that evokes reminiscences of Talking Heads, the vibrancy of Fela Kuti and the audacity of King Gizzard. Strange Weather’s songs are like doors opening to diverse musical worlds, taking listeners on a sensory journey that defies expectations and embraces the unknown.”
You can read the whole article here.
This one has been a staple of our live show for the past few years, and it’s so exciting for it to be out in the world. Give it a listen, and share it with some friends.
Reviews are rolling in for our latest song “The Canary” – Mp3 Hugger called it “Bonkers, brilliant, and unclassifiable”, Visual Atelier 8 described it as “a sound with a mystery halo”, and UpToHear called it “a masterpiece”. And I recently did a really fun interview with Secret Eclectic, which you can read here.
In the third chapter of The Fool’s Journey, the Fool goes down the rabbit hole, discovering that falling in love is not as simple as it seemed. Give it a listen and share it with a friend. You can find it on all streaming platforms here.
Cat Janice and I got together almost exactly a year ago today, and we set out to write a song. Neither of us had ever released a proper “collab”, so we didn’t know exactly how it would go. Cat was really excited about this young astronaut she had read about, Alyssa Carson, who “was already selected to be the first person to go to Mars”, so we decided to write a duet about a girl who leaves her earthly boyfriend behind to explore the cosmos. It turns out that news story about the first girl on Mars wasn’t exactly “true”. Regardless, we had a blast writing and recording it, and a couple months later we had the finished song. A couple months after that, Cat was diagnosed with cancer. Since March, she’s been through an intense regimen of chemo, and recently had surgery. Seeing this beautiful, vibrant young mother put through such a devastating ordeal has been heartbreaking, but the grace and acceptance and determination that she’s maintained has been so deeply inspiring. So far, things are looking really good for Cat. She posts a lot of great stuff on her Instagram and TikTok, so check her out. Despite what she says in the song, she is most definitely coming back.
Give the song a listen or five, and please, Like it, Add it to a playlist, and Share it! All of those things are hugely helpful.
On a beautiful day last August, we went to Coney Island with some friends and a Super 8.
A new spin on the timeless tale of two kitchen items who couldn’t keep their hands off each other.