It’s no wonder that A Place Both Wonderful and Strange has caught the attention of The David Lynch Foundation.
Aptly named, A Place Both Wonderful and Strange produces art that is endearingly odd, much the same as David Lynch’s film work. The music is the soundtrack of fever dreams, sleep paralysis, with a darkness that shakes and ravages your psyche inducing unease, mystery and wonder. A Place Both Wonderful and Strange exists in a world hyper-influenced by the occult, David Lynch and Janet Jackson, damaged by Witch House and pop culture in equal measures; for a fine cocktail of cognitive dissonance. Ultimately, the bands performance is visually and aurally inspiring, very much like it’s influences.
Look for their upcoming full-length release, “What I Speak I Create” due on August 4th, 2017 through Sony Records / The Orchard and see them LIVE at Red Light Cafe in Atlanta with Dendera Bloodbath and Silk Wolf!