Ventura County based Strange Case continue to ride the wave of new Alternative/Indie rock bands rising out of Southern California. Strange Case have released a deluxe edition of their new album ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ via Regime Music Group across all digital platforms. The new deluxe edition of ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ includes 6-brand new tracks, as well as fan favorites like “27 Club“, “SUPERFLY“, “Red Somber“, and “Cigarettes and Coffee“.
To celebrate the release, Strange Case have released a brand new video for “Rather Die” online.
WATCH STRANGE CASE “RATHER DIE” ONLINE HERE.
“The deluxe edition of ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ is a culmination of experiences during the roller coaster of self-discovery during your early 20’s,” commented Zane Vandevort from Strange Case. “From the sweltering heat of young love, to the brain melting emotions when you realize nothing fucking matters. Embark on this journey with us through the highs, lows, and everything in between. It’s summertime, and this dumpster fire of our adolescence is fully ablaze.”
Laced with the reverberated, beachy guitar tones of 60’s surf music and infused with the coming-of-age grungy angst of twenty-something youth, ‘Quarter Life Crisis’ is self-defining the new wave of ‘surf-and-turf’ rock that has emerged onto the scene in the past few years. Taking creative inspiration from bands like The Neighborhood, Arctic Monkeys, and Cage the Elephant, Strange Case puts its own twist on the California sound that is uniquely their own with laid-back grooves and a retro sound.
Started by lifelong friends Zane Vandevort and Mikey Netka while working at the local surf shop, Strange Case started to generate a massive buzz throughout the California music scene since their single for “27 Club” was spun on legendary radio station 106.7 KROQ in Los Angeles. “27 Club” has now garnered over 1,000,000 streams on Spotify and continues to gain momentum as it attracts new audiences.
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Article by Kailee Maguire