Grumblewood are a quartet inspired by the electric folk and progressive rock movements of the early 70s, their music blends baroque, jazz, and traditional folk music in a vintage rock setting.
Grumblewood are from Wellington, New Zealand. Their debut album Stories Of Strangers features eight tales of fortune, fable, daring and demise, and explores the lyricism, rhythms, and role of folk music, mixing it up with a bit of jazz, a bit of baroque, and a lot of rock. The track Picturesque Postcard
The band has taken the very unusual and artistic step of recording, mixing and mastering entirely in analogue and the result is a warm and charming album that appears born of the golden era of progressive music.
«The album sounds like it was made in the early 1970s. The songwriting and musicianship is fantastically engaging». – Robin Armstrong, Cosmograf/Gravity Dream.