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Little Strange

Alternative Rock Band

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Emerging from the shadows - as if their Tarantino-esque logo is beamed into the night's sky - Little Strange's never-say-die attitude is a true testament of character. Returning in 2022 after a two-year hiatus, the band are quickly making up for lost time, complete with a new line-up and many new songs to boot. 


After headlining the Yuck Magazine-curated Another Fine Festival, the band joined indie heroes The Coral & Everything Everything on the main stage of Coast Roads Festival. Several headline shows across the UK, including a notable performance at The Lodge at the Deaf Institute, have earned the band a reputation for their emphatic live sound. Following the releases of 'Holy Rigmarole', 'I Get By', & 'Hard Days Hard Times', the excitement surrounding the band has been widespread. Receiving support from BBC Introducing and BBC Radio 1, subsequent airplay has followed both nationally and internationally from the likes of The Face Radio, Amazing Radio & Amazing Radio USA, as well as playlisting support from Pretty Green, The Manc and Shoot Music. 


Kicking off 2024 in style, the group's infectious sound has already gained support from the likes of Boogaloo Radio, Salford City Radio & YorkMix Radio. Referred to as 'ones to watch in 2024' by Our Sound Music, the band have been named as Absolute Radio's 'Self-Released Artist of the Month' in February, as well as Radio Tameside's Band of the Week (WC: 04/03). Unapologetically themselves, the band's mantra of 'alt-rock for all' is a simple statement of inclusivity: if you're along for the ride, then buckle up. The Strange have arrived.  

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Praise for Little Strange: 


"A timeless rock'n'roll sound" - Northern Exposure


"The kind of coolness that radiates from some of the more hard rock-tinged work of bands like The Strokes and Arctic Monkeys, with the kind of rock star bravado that can't be manufactured or faked" - CLOUT


"Filthy blues rock'n'roll" - Mark Speller, Future Hits Radio

"One of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming indie rock bands" - B-Side Guys


"A force to be reckoned with" - The Pentatonic


"Ready to conquer the hearts of music lovers across the world" - Iggy Magazine


"Destined to no doubt rip the roof off a number of venues across the UK and beyond" - Our Sound Music


Little Strange are Jamie Thompson (Vocals), Olly Davis (Guitar/Backing Vocals), Jack Clynes (Bass), and Charlie Harris (Drums). 

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