Strangely Alright by The Grave: Review
Strangely are an indie rock band that has a very experimental edge to their music. The original track “The Grave” is a dark psychedelic rock tune that has a very hypnotic aura to it. From the aggressive guitar tones to the soft vocal melodies, it is a song that is a perfect reminder of a bygone era in the 1960s, all filled with a familiar melody as such. But you will definitely enjoy the fresh aspect of “The Grave” that Strangely Alright as a band has to show for.
Strangely Alright combine psychedelic and pop melodies, they inject rock energy into the catchiest songs, and they are the band that best combines musical elements of yesteryear with a modern edge. An aura of electricity looms over the horizon as the indie beats roll in and the guitars drive the path to psychedelia. It feels as though I was stargazing one night, and the celestial storm of “The Grave” popped up. The track is filled with a gritty guitar melody and lofi-esque vocals. All the melodic aspects join the indie room where moody vocals are composed.
Eventually, when the guitar solo makes an entrance it sounds like a thunderstorm striking the earth. The track has an interesting twist later on which was extremely unexpected, when the synths roll in it levels up to another daze. Then set up a notch this is when the band skyrockets into the stratosphere and performs an otherworldly section that is filled the air with excitement and incredibly atmospheric melodies.
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Review by: Damien Reid