Stergin's Window Farm | Human Being - Single

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Human Being - Single

by Stergin's Window Farm

“Definitely a band to watch! Their potential to bring something new to the ears of London is huge, and I have a sneaking suspicion that the public will fall in love with them.” (Feb 2013 Helen Whitcher, music blogger London)
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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With dark undertones throughout, Stergin’s music whisks you away to a mirthful musical universe which is both beautiful and colorful. Fans of alternative experimental pop/rock music are guaranteed to fall in love with his band Stergin's WINDOW FARM.

This band sets itself apart from the masses, the complexity of the sound worlds stirring up new textures, taking the listener away with tales of characters, following their stories through the music. The bands use of day to day objects enhances the color along with strings, guitar and the unique vocals of Stergin. Pepper shakers, balloons and other bizarre objects are used to transport the audience to a whole new listening experience, opening their ears to new sound combinations.

In one moment you are singing along with the band and in a another you think you are sitting in a chamber concert.

WINDOW FARM like to interact with their audience, so don’t be surprised if you’re asked to get involved. The music itself flows from emotional to funny to melancholic and everything in between. Live, this band is a real experience, taking you away, for that brief amount of time, to their weird little world.

This band takes experimental rock to new levels. Using tunes as their base, they build up the arrangements and push the boundaries of colour, texture and form to create something completely different.


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