Tim Muddiman and The Strange – ‘Glass Queen’

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Tim Muddiman releases his fourth single, ‘Glass Queen’, on August 6th with Believe Digital, ahead of the official release of the band’s debut album, ‘Paradise Runs Deeper’.

Taking influences from the likes of  Nick Cave, Nine Inch Nails, Nirvana, Deep Blues, Nina Simone, Adam Ant and Hip Hop, ‘Glass Queen’ is evidence that the artist has created his own sound.

The video was made by Tim, Adam Fitch, and new team member Aasen Stephenson of Death House. It’s dark, humorous and not taking themselves too seriously. The video has elements of The Happy Mondays, taxidermy, dance and a blood bath.

The EP also includes a blues re-work of the band’s debut single, ‘Wildwood Blue Stone’, and also two ‘Glass Queen’ heavy remixes by Lee Hawkins and Systemasystem.

“I’ve watched Tim Muddiman & The Strange grow from a nervous idea into a beautifully crafted musical creation.”  Gary Numan

Tim is known for his long relationship of working with electronic legend Gary Numan, and is also producer and guitar player for Pop Will Eat Itself. Between shows with both bands, Tim plays his album in full at The Lexington in London on the 4th September. See here for tickets and further details.

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