A Place Both Wonderful & Strange

‘A Place Both Wonderful and Strange’ Releases New Video

Brooklyn-based, “occult electronic” band A Place Both Wonderful & Strange announced a new video release this week. The group recently played a series of live U.S. dates along the East Coast and in the Midwest. Having performed for the likes of the David Lynch Foundation, the band incorporates unique visuals to create an immersive and memorable experience.

Their new video is for their song “Kristae (The Strawberry Girl).” Check it out!

About A Place Both Wonderful & Strange

A Place Both Wonderful & Strange is the Brooklyn-based Occult Electronic Dance performance art moniker of Shanda Woods, Laura Hajek, and Russ Marshalek. The group plays dark, moody, experimental electronic dance music inspired in equal parts by David Lynch and Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814. This is the dark future.

Rolling Stone Says:

“[They] unfurl, ritual-esque…A Place Both Wonderful & Strange rewind back to the textured atmospheres of early 4AD albums, stretching the gauze over ambient, drum ‘n’ bass, and the occasional cleansing stab of guitar.”

Interested in learning more about their music? Check out their track “Prom Night” below!

Like most indie bands these days, A Place Both Wonderful & Strange are out pounding the pavement. It looks like they do all their own promotion. You can find more information about the band and check out their music over at Bandcamp. You can also hit them up on Facebook.

Any fans out there in PopHorror land? What do you think of the new video? Tell us in the comments!

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