Space

EST. 1993, the infamous Liverpudlian band Space have blessed us with 90’s Indie classics such as Female of the Species, Neighbourhood and The Ballad of Tom Jones.

Year after year, Space quickly sold out every tour, firmly occupying the charts for months on end until their disperse in 2005.

Now, a decade after their split Space are dropping Strange World, the second album to appear since their amicable reform and today are allowing many to listen to the spine-chilling title-track via download.

Summoning thoughts of Mexico’s ‘Day of the Dead’ celebrations, Strange World boasts macabre Mariachi, mingled with the quintessential Space sound we're all familiar with.

The melancholy music is not for the faint hearted, but it creates the perfect thrilling backdrop to front-man Tommy Scott’s rich and sweetly sinister voice.

On the back of the single release, Space revealed a new music video of which you can watch below.



Words Siobhan Corcoran

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