Listen to Surprise Track “Bug Debris” & Prepare for the Psychedelic Tour of the Summer
Sawberry Mountain are bringing the serendipitous sounds of summer to life as they take on the West Coast for their first tour. Get excited with the surprise track “Bug Debris,” a special release that washes over your senses while enticing you to give in to the sugar rush of emotive living . Catch the Seattle group on their inaugural tour as they share their unique sound of feel-good music mashed with an avant-garde approach to psych jangle pop. Listen to “Bug Debris” here or make Strawberry Mountain’s new album and she exploded into color yours now, where it’s available on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp and other digital outlets.
Formed by the Prince siblings Carter and Mikey, Strawberry Mountain have grown to include a band of outsider musicians, artists and friends. The self-described DIY futurepop collective makes you nostalgic for a time that’s yet to occur, bringing you the best psych-pop of 2028. The genius of Strawberry Mountain is birthed from an ingenious combination of surprising wisdom and innocuous inquiry. This explorative approach combined with their cosmic sound defines the energy that Strawberry Mountain will be serving up on their summer tour.
“With little introduction to the band prior, they stunned myself and the crowd with a set of songs that ventured across vast sonic territory. Psychic visions would blare from their PA speakers as the band stood close together, reaching over one another and playing each other’s instruments.” –KEXP
“Cobbled together in the basement of a shared house between work and classes, Strawberry Mountain’s work is dazzling and spirited, symptomatic of a rowdy yet mature live show that’s surely to bring any audience together in moments of shared euphoria and openness.” –Glide Magazine
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