Even if you don’t know anything about Spooky Campfire Stories, their name instantly makes you want to hear their music – and this is going to be a rewarding experience. The stories they tell are spooky in the best possible way, meaning that you can’t resist the temptation to stay by the band’s imaginary campfire till the very last subtly haunting tale. These are songs about the inherently weird nature of ‘normal’ mundane reality bombarding us daily with a myriad uncanny images and absurd messages that induce strange daydreams, fantasies and nightmares. Spooky Campfire Stories are more than eager to remind us that we are our own worst ghosts, and contemporary life itself is a haunted house of sorts. Musically, it’s equal parts pop accessibility and trippy experimentation. Think indie and experimental rock mavericks like Yo La Tengo and Sonic Youth.