Blues rock inspired heavy alt rockers Psyence could probably only come from Stoke on Trent.

Blurring the lines of early 70’s blues rock and flirting with modern-day psychedelia such as Pond and Temples, Psyence is an intense chemical reaction of face-melting riffs, spacious vocals and groove-based rhythms that have been locked away up north to slowly mature far away from the London scene.

Already being lauded by the likes of The NME, Q Magazine, Clash, The Quietus and The Guardian, 2013 saw Psyence perform at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia and be hailed as "the best live band" he'd seen in 10 years by The Charlatan's Martin Blunt.

2014 saw a riotous capacity show at Liverpool Sound City to coincide with the 'third-eye cleansing' elixir being unleashed with the release of 'Chemicals For Breakfast'; a five-minute wall of sound that takes more unexpected turns than a David Lynch film.

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