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Seagull Strange

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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Love's Sick Disease 4 audio iTunes Shifty Disco
2 La La La Ley 4 audio iTunes 2007 Shifty Disco
3 Better Angels Of Our Nature 11 audio iTunes 2006 Shifty Disco

Alternative/Indie from Bristol, United Kingdom. Members: Daniel Telling – Lead Vocals & Guitar Millins – Guitar & Vocals Stu Reid – Guitar & Vocals Chris Mapp – Drums O.B. – Bass The nascent power of Seagull Strange first began to show itself in the solitary confines of Daniel Telling's (formerly one half of Nude Records act, King Louis) home studio. Whilst he beavered away on early versions of tracks that would eventually end up on the debut Seagull Strange album, "Better Angels of Our Nature", he noticed plants in the room flourished, his fingernails began growing particularly strong and fast, his nostrils would flare involuntarily, and he would be overcome by an enormous sense of well being and euphoria. Soon, word of this strange phenomenon reached the ears of Oxford based label, Shifty Disco. Shortly thereafter, in an effort to share this with the world, a selection of these home recordings were made available in the form of two E.P.s: the first, a download only release in 2004, entitled "Think Happy Thoughts", followed by a physical E.P. release, in 2005, entitled "Animals". It wasn't long before five other individuals found themselves strangely drawn from different parts of the country to complete the line-up; one of them being Daniel Telling’s former King Louis cohort, Millins. Over five days in October 2006 the band recorded their debut album, which received its Shifty Disco release in the first week of 2007. Described as "Utterly intoxicating", and "Powerful, haunting and sometimes beautiful", the album received a collection of glowing reviews… and a couple of rubbish ones, but we'll keep that quiet. The rest of 2007 saw two single releases, with supporting UK tours, in-store gigs for Virgin and Fopp, and live radio sessions for BBC Bristol Uncovered, BBC Wiltshire, Tom Robinson on BBC 6Music, and Mark Riley on BBC 6Music. Seagull Strange are not an easy band to pigeonhole; described as "One of the most mercurially astute ensembles on the underground scene", they continue to twist, turn, shimmy, cartwheel and caterpillar their way through a myriad of influences, whilst still stamping their very distinctive sound on each track, as they further stretch their musical muscles working on material for their second album. Their music is currently being used in renewed experimental efforts to successfully create cold fusion, grow crops in areas of severe drought, cure cancer, and teach polar bears to dance the Cha Cha. Some say Seagull Strange have tapped into some vital force that has hitherto eluded mankind, others whisper "Dark, Voodoo magic", but whatever it is, when you hear the music of Seagull Strange your life will never quite be the same again. Come… bathe in the healing waters of Seagull Strange. The band are currently locked away deep in a Himalayan retreat recording demo tracks for their second album. With a working title of “Pigdogs and Quaker Women”, recording sessions are scheduled to begin early summer, 2008

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