The Strange Valentines release single and video for their song 'Rural Abyss' August 1st
by The Strange Valentines
July 31, 2018 in Artist News
August 1st, the Strange Valentines release ‘Rural Abyss’ as a single with video from their album ‘Society of Good Intentions, released February 14, 2018.
The song is described as ‘An energy driven folk/rock/blues song about the destitution and quirks that exist in truly rural settings, with grinding guitar licks and a hard driving melody’.
Find video here https://youtu.be/rdHftWfKzXs
This is a great driving song with a touch of sass.
Of the song Rural Abyss - ‘Grindingly beautiful guitar licks and Americana Country Folk vocals that bowl you over’ – Amelia Vandergast of A&R Factory.
Shot in Regina with some really fun-minded folks with amazing senses of humour, this video was produced and put together by David Farrell of Feral Studios.
The duo The Strange Valentines are an 80’s Australian rock heart and a maritime kitchen party soul that produce folk music for the twisted soul. Based in Regina, Saskatchewan, their strong melodies, soulful stories, quirky humour, and rich harmonies, has been described as if the Kinks jammed with Fleetwood Mac using only acoustic instruments in a folksy type backdrop. They are currently promoting their 5th album ‘Society of Good Intentions’ (released February 14, 2018) in the ‘Good Intention Tour’ that took in the UK and Maritimes over the month of August.