Richmond-based five-piece Spooky Cool have just shared their 1st single and video for “Strange Rooms” with New Noise Magazine. Highlighted by syncopated drum rhythms and euphonic vocal melodies, the video was filmed in Tokyo, Japan – Watch it here.
The video comes off their newly announced Every Thing Ever EP set for release on August 3rd via Citrus City Records.
The kaleidoscopic upcoming five-track collection fuses post-punk and metal-fuzz influences and is a testament of Spooky Cool’s distinct artistry and sophisticated musicianship. Recorded with Michael Satterfield, mixed by Collin Pastore (Lucy Dacus), and mastered by Jett Galindo (First Aid Kit, Moon Taxi), the subject matter seamlessly pivots from matters of inebriation and sexual insecurity to grand abstractions like good and evil. Spooky Cool unflaggingly mixes the mundane with the extraordinary. Spooky Cool is made up of Zac Hryciak (lead vocalist, guitarist), Lee Spratley (drummer), Sean Williams (bassist), Paula Lavelle (vocalist), and Zavi Harman (lead guitarist). Founded in 2015, the band quickly made a name for themselves in the local Richmond scene, playing with the likes of Lucy Dacus, J.Roddy Waltson, Girlpool, Post-Animal, and Palm.