“You said too much/and I don’t even wanna know/you felt too much/I don’t feel anything at all…”
It was just the wine, dear.
Venice Trip are set to release their latest single this Friday, November 27th.
‘Said Too Much’ – the follow-up to their summer EP, the critically acclaimed Look Forward – flows between catchy melodies and spacious psychedelic rock, ending somewhere on the breeze.
Their progressive stoner sound borrows influence from psychedelic stalwarts Syd Barrett and The Doors, along with the more contemporary Temples and Kurt Vile.
To celebrate, the band – Andrés Alcover (vocal/guitar), Joe Wood (drums), Shenny (keyboards/vocal) and Nick GK (bass) – will be playing their single launch party at Paradise in London this Thursday, November 26th.
Get your tickets HERE.
‘Said Too Much’ is out on November 27th via RYP Recordings.
26 – Paradise, London (Single Launch)
27 – Late Night Lingerie – Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, Brighton
Words: Sarah Hardy
Random Obscurities: Bed-in for Peace with John Lennon, Yoko Ono, Peter, Paul & Mary
Backyard Cinema: Winter Night Garden @ Winterville
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