Their hybrid image is driven by a desire to fuse different musical styles whilst glorifying the trials and tribulations of common, everyday life. They don’t mince their words, or song arrangements, not being afraid to cover subjects as wide reaching as gay builders, football signing-on fees, student-teacher relationships, and being born on a Tuesday.
Peculiar Disco Moves followed up their 2011 debut-EP with 3-track extravaganza The Domino Effect, released April 2013. The EP had support from BBC’s Tom Robinson, with ‘Automatic Choice’ featured on the Listening Post section of the Fresh On The Net blog, as well as being selected for airplay on BBC6Music’s BBC Introducing Mixtape show. The band also performed a number of live radio sessions, including for Amazing Radio’s Colin and Matt Show. Their 2011-debut EP was well received locally, including radio coverage from BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and Metro Radio’s Nightowls, as well as having reviews and features in The Crack magazine and the Journal’s Culture Magazine.
The bands latest single ‘Joining Fee’ was released on Friday 22nd November 2013.