ACTING STRANGE – Debut Album ‘TALK TALK TALK’ Is A ‘Party Party Party’ Jukebox…

Weekly fuel to soundtrack your favorite 48 hours…

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‘Talk Talk Talk’ by ACTING STRANGE

ACTING STRANGE are two musical cousins and a mysterious friend out of East Kilbride, Scotland. Young, restless and ambitious the Strange boys decided a couple of years ago what probably all youngsters actually should decide to do: going mad for it and create some heated rock and roll firework. Their 2016 debut EP ‘Night on the Tiles‘ revealed their early sonic direction: shaky and bluesy DIY pop nostalgia à la Liverpool legends The La’s. Their sound evolved quickly into a 60s/70s glam rock injected vibe and the band recorded, produced and mixed their debut album TALK TALK TALK in just two weeks in a converted shed in their hometown on a Tascam 8-track in order to get a ‘straight to the point‘ organic sound. The brand new longplayer contains several flaming crackers (Sharp End / Save Me / Start It Over / Questions / Acting Strange) to start a weekend-long party but their firstborn has more to offer than just go bonkers electricity. Moody jingle jangle beauties like Dream Away , Wrong Desires and Universe Blues – think iconic The Kinks‘s frontman Ray Davies going acoustic – are the perfect yearning songs to sing along at the end of that same party… when the sun comes up. ‘Talk Talk Talk’ is a jukebox full of ‘Party Party Party’ tracks. From swirling kicks to dreamy reflections. From steamy retro beats to stripped-to-the-bone melancholy. Press the button and fuel your weekend with this versatile Acting Strange debut…


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Shake, Shake, Shake…

(photo via Acting Strange – press)

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