SirenBlue are a UK band with a new lease on life. The group was active in the early 2000s, recording music and touring. They released two albums during that time, ‘Temporary Madness of the Heart’ and ‘Death or Dreams.’ After a long hiatus the group got back together during the pandemic to remaster and re-release ‘Death or Dreams.’ They had such a good time, they ended up writing and recording a brand new album as well.
“Same But Different” is the long awaited third album from SirenBlue. Set for release on October 14, the record promises to reconnect the group’s fans with a sound they thought they’d lost. With influences like Garbage, No Doubt and Blondie, the band’s sound is born of classic Alternative and New Wave. It is guitar driven, singer/songwriter Rock with an edge.
“Every Other Weekend” is the lead-off single from “Same But Different.” The track opens on a Surf Rock vibe. Bassist Neil David and drummer Rich Lucas knock out a driving, percussive rhythm as guitarist Jay Turner shifts between some excellent Psychobilly riffing and cool Andy Summers-style rhythmic arpeggios. Meanwhile, vocalist Collette Horne delivers a tale of loneliness and regret with a sultry Alt-Rock tone that brings to mind the late great Chrissy Amphlett of the Divinyls. SirenBlue takes the song to radio with an immediately memorable chorus.
Check out the “Every Other Weekend” lyric video below. Follow the links below the video to connect with SirenBlue. Get on their socials and get in the loop on all of the news surrounding their album “Same But Different,” dropping everywhere on October 14, 2021.