Heavy Salad have released exciting new track ‘Psilocyberman’. The song is now available to listen to on Spotify!
The band formed in 2018 and consists of Lee Mann, Rob Glennie and Allan Hutchinson. The three began to bond over mutual interests such as psychedelic horror films. After discussing their passions of forming a band, they then brought Ally McBoo, Oscar Remers Esther Maylor and Lucy Hope (The Priestess) on board.
The band have a completely unique style in terms of what their tales are and how they are told. From alien doo-wap to bouncing robotic beats, they’re a master of their craft and truly in a league of their own.
‘Psilocyberman’ begins with a perfect clash of drums and is produced wonderfully. From beginning to end, the production is spot on. It really makes a change to hear such storytelling elements in track. It’s incredibly upbeat and will play on repeat in your mind for ages, it’s very catchy!
When discussing the production of the new track, Lee Mann said:
“Working with Stephen Street was a dream come true for Heavy Salad, he instantly recognised the band’s knack for a killer hook and a guitar player who does things differently! Having worked with some of the most distinctive guitarists in British rock, Stephen can now add Rob Glennie to his illustrious list of collaborators. Stephen is well known for delivering experimental guitar pop and “Psilocyberman” is no exception.”
The new single comes as the first from upcoming album ‘Long Wave’. The long anticipated new collection was recording at Damon Albarn’s Studio 13 in West London and also their current base in Manchester.
Heavy Salad are currently on tour with multiple dates throughout England. You can find the dates below and tickets are on sale here:
Friday 11th February – The Eagle Inn Salford
Friday 18th February – The Snug Atherton
Thursday 24th March – The Salty Dog Northwich
Friday 25th March – Night and Day Cafe Manchester
Saturday 26th March – The Adelphi Hull
Friday 8th April – Bootleg Social Blackpool
Friday 15th April – Carnival Brewing Liverpool
Saturday 9th April – The Kanteena Lancaster
Saturday 23rd April – The Pipers Hastings
Saturday 3rd September – Pysch Fest, Manchester
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