Following the commercial and critical success of their debut EP ‘Look Forward’, Venice Trip have returned with their new single, ‘Said Too Much’. Not only have the band had recent praise from the likes of NME, The Line of Best Fit and Classic Rock, they were also selected by Gary Crowley to play at OnBlackheath Festival after a storming live performance at BBC Introducing.
‘Said Too Much’ merges classic rhythm & blues with the swirly, 60s psychedelia that makes up Venice Trip’s sound. With fresh, infectious songwriting that’s as unforgettable as it is unexpected, the track takes you from loose, transcendental breaks to the beat driven pop of Camden nights gone by.
Beside their brand new single they’ll also be sharing an exclusive session cover of ‘Mr Blue Sky’ by prog heroes ELO.
Having formed at Pink Floyd’s former university, Venice Trip’s progressive stoner sound takes chunks of influence from psychedelic stalwarts Syd Barrett and The Doors, as well as more contemporary sounds like Temples and Kurt Vile.
The single will be released on 27th November via RYP Recordings with a special launch show the night before at Paradise in Kilburn, London.
26th November – Paradise, London (Single Launch)
27th November – Late Night Lingere – Sticky Mikes Frog Bar, Brighton
Venice Trip are:
Andrés Alcover – vocals and guitar
Joe Wood – drums
Shenny – keyboards and vocals
Nick GK – bass