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Siren Song - Vinyl Mock-Up

Fresh from supporting Death & Vanilla, Jane Weaver and Breanna Barbara, Looking Glass Alice proudly announce Siren Song - a fun and fierce track produced by Tileyard's Gordon Hill. With vinyl nearly sold out on presale, Siren Song reinforces the band's signature charm of blending cool, nonchalant vocals with an irresistibly catchy melody. An anthem of self empowerment, this is the war cry of a spurned lover out of f&£#s to give. The flip features Syd Barrett's iconic "Octopus" from his solo years, joyfully reimagined in the vein of early Pink Floyd, complete with Leslie-swirls, birdsong, and a carousel of wicked dreams. Siren Song is out on September 8th, in anticipation of a double bill show with Spirit Award on September 21st at London's Shacklewell Arms.



Supporting Breanna Barbara

Great to play Brighton for the first time, and real mythical to share the stage with Breanna, and her lovely band. Huge thanks to Polly at Acidbox Promotions, and all the amazing new friends we made. It's a serious deal when folks come out midweek, but with a band like Breanna's on, the Brighton heads knew the drill. These shows are gonna be talked about classics for many many moons to come. You guys gave us wonderful shots and videos really made us feel welcome. Big love.

Garage Punk in London

We took to the stage in velvet capes, channelling the spirit of Screaming Lord Sutch, and snarled our way through 12 mostly never before heard tracks in just 30 minutes. It was planned as a one-off blowout. Being billed on a free entry Friday in London with two other rock 'n roll bands, we figured we'd be torn apart if we tried to play dreamier sounds. We had a ball. Huge thanks to Danny at Club The Mammoth, Nothingheads and Daffodils for an absolutely wild night. Off the back of this show - David Holmes has booked us to open for Decius at God's Waiting Room in Belfast this Halloween. I guess it's not a one-off after all.

Supporting Breanna Barbara

Psychedelic experiences like Deliaphonic don't need a filter. We can't thank Martin, Fenella & Fliss enough for taking a punt on us, and introducing us to a new festival that's featured so many of our heroes to date. The visuals for our set are a sequence produced by Julian at Intro, which was a phenomenal honour. We'd not played a duo set before this, and when the opportunity arose, we were simply so excited to rearrange existing material, and write some new songs, to explore a new format. Much of the set featured a Marxophone from about 1915, kindly leant to us by another of our heroes, Mark Flunder. So many wonderful people came down early to support a band who'd never played Coventry prior. That really is testament to both the Deliaheads, and the truly special fanbase and community that Jane Weaver has worked so hard to form. So many of you bought our records too, we were really touched.

Produced on a late Sunday morning after a historic night spent dancing to HAAi and Daniel Avery at Koko, this is a bass heavy trip that pulsates and fluctuates in the brain. Vocals soaring with ethereal echoes give way to drops loaded with breakbeats, delicious grooves and haunting interjections. A hypnotising headrush that leaves you intoxicated.


Thanks for your support in selling out physical copies of Spider prior to general release. Vinyl dispatch is anticipated as mid-late November. The special die-cut sleeves designed and made by the band are underway, and are looking incredible.

In the meantime, check out a special mix for Spider, and its Japanese counterpart 蜘蛛 on Spotify.

Support the band by adding Spider to your playlists and sharing them with your friends.

"With its menacing guitar and creeping carnival-style piano, juxtaposed with detached, hypnotic vocals, Spider and its Japanese counterpart 蜘蛛 (Prounounced “Kumo”) are the latest fuzz drenched releases from Looking Glass Alice. What starts as a mesmerising, eerie rhythm becomes more frenzied and unhinged as the song progresses, culminating in a wild, scratching guitar solo before jolting back to an otherworldly final verse.""

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"Richard Russell's book emphasised the MPC as an experimental improvisation instrument. It was good to reflect on that, and ours was just gathering dust, but I really like it. Mixing live recording and MPC performance really can take you somewhere new. We've been revisiting Karma, and Thembi [Pharaoh Sanders] for obvious reasons. There's a light and shade in the harshness of the balance, as much as the tonal expression. It felt good to push the filters hard to try to achieve a bit of that brashness. "

Artwork by Looking Glass Alice.

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Looking Glass Alice were the Official DJs for the Main Stage of Manchester Psych Fest at The Albert Hall, spinning wild sounds between bands all day. Over 10 hours of playlists are available now Mixcloud, and Spotify. Check out the Mixcloud versions for rarer cuts and exclusive edits. The lineup consisted of Deja Vega, The Bug Club, Jane Weaver, Tinariwen, Black Midi, and Kurt Vile.

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A stormy lo-fi garage version of the Dan Nix & The Teen Sounds obscurity full of itchy, brutal guitar riffs, a churning mix, suitably disengaged vocals and drums like oil tankers colliding in a universe of dustbins. Worth hearing in any format, double appealing like this.

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“Looking Glass Alice comprise two key figures from the UK psych scene”

“Herts duo Looking Glass Alice comprise two key figures from the UK psych scene, two individuals whose interest in colourful fashion has long stood out from the pack.

Debut single ‘I Know’ is an immaculate introduction, with its neat, infectious rhythm primed for dancefloor use. An exquisite pop song, ‘I Know’ stays lodged in your mind long after its first play – a gateway to higher consciousness, or simply a wicked melody?

The jury is out, but Looking Glass Alice have swept into view with an urgent piece of pop-flecked psychedelia deployed with confidence, intent, and no small degree of style.”

Robin Murray, Editor-in-chief Clash Music

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