Peculiar Disco Moves are a bunch of NE waifs & strays who form highly addictive pop songs with off-the-wall lyrical tirades!
Peculiar Disco Moves have had a successful year, following the release of two singles, When Your Mother Goes Home (which was officially launched through NARC Magazine’s new website) and Lost For Words. The former featured 4 of the 5 members transforming themselves into enpowered mother-in-law types in a Dragons’ Den spoof that has to be seen to believed, and the latter saw the creation of a time machine video with the band revisiting past eras of musical significance. Lost For Words was also recently hand picked for inclusion on New York-label Factory Fast Records compilation release Pitch Black Heart. The band carried this momentum into a busy season of Festivals which took them to Manchester, Derbyshire and Yorkshire, as well as a clutch of local appearances including NARC Fest, Oxjam and supporting Voice Of The North choir at The Sage Gateshead.
Peculiar Disco Moves have had widespread coverage and acclaim from their past releases, notably in the form of Chronicle and Journal Magazine features, BBC Introducing, BBC 6 Music and an Amazing Radio session, a HMV in-store appearance, and a novelty video made for lead singer Alix’s football team Bradford City reaching the Carling Cup Final in 2013, which spawned over 10,000 views on YouTube.
The bands latest single ‘When Your Mother Goes Home’ was released on Friday 5th December 2014 and is available for purchase here.