Introducing... The Curious Incident
Feature by Leanne Sherman
FOLLOWING a lot of recent globe trotting pumping Afro-Latin-Rock into the hearts of the world’s population, The Curious Incident have released their brand new self-titled EP.
The band is formed from members from across the world, which aids in them producing such a unique sound, a mash of Afro/Latin/Rock with soul that is proudly eclectic and ambitiously international.
To accompany the new EP release, the band are playing a number of gigs across London.
Drawing influence from a diverse group of bands, from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Incubus and South Africa’s BLK JKS, The Curious Incident’s slightly off-beat flamboyance holds enough mainstream lure and impressionable beats to please even the newest of gig goers.
And their live-set is full of crowd-pleasing energy. Having just released their new EP the band have also put out a video for the release of their track Imposter, which is a driving anthem full of catchy and clever lyricism.
The accompanying video features the likes of Mickey Mouse and friends having a slightly bizarre sing/dance-along.
The track carries a certain finesse, unashamed in the edginess of the composition and at grassroots level it’s a brilliantly produced track from a fantastic new band.
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