An Irish psychedelic folk group from the late Sixties, the Strangelies were part of Joe Boyd’s Witchseason stable, alongside Nick Drake and the Incredible String Band. In 1970 their cult second album, Heavy Petting, signalled a violent left turn into folk-rock, aided by a 19-year-old Gary Moore. To mark the reissue of Heavy Petting and a special gig at the Jazz Café, Camden, guitarist Tim Booth has designed a
Limited edition gig poster, A2 size on 150 gsm silk paper. All profits go to the band.