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How are you supposed to act when you're teetering on the edge of revolution? For Seattle, WA alt-rockers Strangely Alright, the game plan is to shore up personal defenses, fight the descent into madness, and never forget the enduring power of love. Their new EP, Stuff, made in the wake of the 2016 presidential election, features six songs about walking the tightrope of acceptance and resistance, of not giving into the overwhelming forces of hatred and turmoil.


Drawing inspiration from various generations of British iconoclasts – including David Bowie, T. Rex, the Jam, Suede, the Buzzcocks, and Supergrass – Strangely Alright moves with an electric thrum and a more than a little swagger. Sprinkle in a bit of Cheap Trick's rowdy power pop, and you're getting closer to picking up what Strangely Alright's putting down.



Led by frontman Regan Lane, Strangely Alright's tight quintet is rounded out by Sean Van Dommelen on guitar, Ken Schaff on bass, Raymond Hayden on keys, and Jason Bair on drums. These five guys are tremendously talented at finding undeniable grooves that suck the listener in. Stuff's title track kicks off the album in bracing fashion, all buzzing guitars and mod struts. As with every song on the album, though, the lyrics reveal a big heart beating underneath the glossy exterior – in this case, Lane confessing that all of his possessions would mean nothing without the love he feels.


Album highlight “Building Bridges” is an absolute banger, with slinky verses leading up to an explosive chorus that will have everyone with a working nervous system chanting along. Here, and elsewhere, Strangely Alright subverts the politically charged tunes of the Manic Street Preachers, using their own anthems to stump for unity. “Information Game” explores the insanity of the unending news cycle amidst a wave of swirling synths, while blistering album closer “Don't U Know” finds Strangely Alright seeking a light at the end of the tunnel.


As Lane sings, “Revolution won't give in, though it's battered and it's bruised.” With Stuff, Strangely Alright present themselves marching stubbornly forward into an uncertain future, and they've never sounded better.



New SA Interview With Bootleg Metal!

So Bootleg Metal saw us on Reverbnation and requested a review...

We reminded them we are not really metal but they didn't care...just dug our presentation and our songs.. A really nice compliment. Here's the interview Regan did with them. We hope you enjoy it! Feel free to pass it around to let the universe know of the SA Experience! Peace!



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