Directed by Jeremy and shot in his hometown of Brisbane in March, it sees him and fellow garage rockers Go Violets pay homage to grindhouse cinema, Kung Fu classics and even the television series Arrested Development.
“Working with Go Violets was a lot more fun than the time I worked with Christian Bale, cause there was less yelling and overall more dancing and lols”, says Jeremy.
Catch Jeremy Neale as he launches “In Stranger Times” across the east coast of Australia this May, in Melbourne on Thursday, May 2 at The Workers Club, Sydney on Friday, May 3 at The Beresford Hotel and in Brisbane on Friday, May 10 at The Alhambra Lounge. Fear not for the cities that Jeremy can’t afford to visit this time around: he’ll be in Adelaide and Perth in July as support for Ball Park Music’s “Thank Ewes Tour”.
A 60s pop party reflective of the energy of his live show, the track follows from the successful “A Love Affair to Keep You There” single which was championed by community radio and triple j and quickly becoming a fan favourite of spy rock enthusiasts everywhere. “In Stranger Times” was recorded and mixed by Sean Cook at The Ark in Brisbane and was mastered by Steve Smart in Studios 301.
2013 has started most triumphantly for Jeremy Neale. He began the year having written the number 1 and number 4 songs in Brisbane 4ZZZ’s Hot 100, was chosen by triple j to play the Brisbane leg of Laneway Festival, and proceeded to tour to Adelaide, Sydney, Wollongong and Melbourne as main support for Gung Ho on their recent EP tour. Jeremy Neale also fronts Brisbane garage rock act Velociraptor.
“In Stranger Times” launch tour 2013
Thursday 2 May – The Workers Club, Melbourne
with special guests Dirt Farmer, tickets available via The Corner Hotel
Friday 3 May – The Beresford Hotel, Sydney
Friday 10 May – Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane
with special guests Go Violets, tickets available via OzTix
Jeremy Neale – “In Stranger Times” is out now independently via iTunes.