The Weird Years press photo

The Weird Years releases a lovely debut single, entitled, “Stranger”

The Weird Years is a brand new supergroup based in Brooklyn, New York. Not too long ago, they released their lovely debut single, entitled, “Stranger”.

The Weird Years – “Stranger”

“I am a stranger here, I don’t belong. The wind won’t sing to me, I hear it wrong. Thought I saw a face drawn in the sky, but it’s a siren song, my demons lie. I’ll keep this flame alive, shield it from the coldest nights. Home when I’m in my dreams, see you when I close my eyes.” – lyrics

‘Strangers’ contains a poetic storyline, dreamy vocals, and minimal instrumentation flavored with a delicate dose of folk and indie-pop elements.

The Weird Years’ sound can be likened to music by Radiohead, Phoebe Bridgers, Here We Go Magic, First Aid Kit, and the Stranger Things’ soundtrack.

The band members include Billy Libby (Fort Gorgeous, voted Deli’s Artist of the Month), Hannah Winkler (Human Natural), and Bess Rogers (solo artist and recent guitarist for Broadway’s Head Over Heels). Also, Chris Kuffner (producer and instrumentalist for A Great Big World, Secret Someones, and numerous others).

The Weird Years – “Stranger”

The Weird Years – “Stranger” artwork

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