Strange Phenomena (song)

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"Strange Phenomena"
Single by Kate Bush
from the album The Kick Inside
B-side "Wow"
Released 1979
Format 7" single
Recorded 1977
Genre Art rock
Length 2:58
Label EMI
Writer(s) Kate Bush
Producer(s) Andrew Powell
Kate Bush singles chronology
"Symphony in Blue"
"Strange Phenomena"
Music sample

"Strange Phenomena" is a song written and recorded by Kate Bush. It was only released as a single in Brazil in June 1979 and was the sixth and final single from the album The Kick Inside.[1]

"Strange Phenomena" speaks about déjà vu, synchronicity and how coincidences sometimes cluster together in seemingly meaningful ways. It has been described as "a frank paean to menstruation" by The Guardian.[2]

This, and a number of other early Brazilian singles, were pressed at 33.3 rpm. Brazil is one of few countries that released singles at this speed, along with Argentina.[3]


  1. ^ Official discography
  2. ^ Tom Doyle (2005-10-28). "I'm not some weirdo recluse". The Guardian. Retrieved 2007-07-29. 
  3. ^