Dressed to the nines in 70s glam and space-age rock, NANCY parades about restless with new-found confidence on his new ten-track mini-album, 'The Seven Foot Tall Post-Suicidal Feel Good Blues'.
Once the frontman of Brighton based grunge legends Tigercub, NANCY felt inauthentic in the alt-rock scene, hiding behind slacker introversion. 'The Seven Foot Tall Post-Suicidal Feel Good Blues' sees him do a complete 180, on a record that couldn't be further away from his musical origins, and it's a beautiful sight to behold, and even better on the ears.
Straight from the title track, NANCY is encouraging you to leave all your cares behind and indulge in chaos, swiftly moving into the fuzzy and sexy drawls of 'Pleasure Pen', and delectably ending on the gothic 'Deathmarch'. Imbued with a vintage tone, warped production and psychedelic punk, 'The Seven Foot Tall Post-Suicidal Feel Good Blues' is a hot mess in the best way - an eccentric circus filled with funhouse mirrors; you don't know where you'll end up next.