|PBR streetgang in the bush of holey ghosts (praylude to 3.3 x 3.3 = S.S.)
4 Oct 2019> We Sound ƒuries halve bean busy working on our next album these past few weeks... we ain't reddy to reveil nada publickly yet tho perty sure we're gunna call her 3.3 x 3.3 = S.S. There'll be 11 songs/8 tracks (listed below) + the total running time will be 39:39 + like the last album she's meant to be listened to in the album order (tho doubt we'll bother putting her on wax). Here's a 1st stab at the cover (wich repurposes a piece by Eduardo Recife we published in Sleepingfish 8):
Ok, here's 1 instrawmental track wheel drop as a teaser... it's a song we done last year but din't inkloot on our 1st album cuz she just dint quiet fit the mood + we couldn't get the vox rite ... when we (a.I.) sang refrence vocals to give Zo (real vox) the idea, she said we sounded like Anthony Kiedis, wich made us want to scrap the song altogether. But we dug her out of the trash + in stead of having Zo sing on her we just sampled vayous nonsense. So w/o furthere ado (drumroll please), hear i'tis:
The visual footage is from Holy Ghost People (1967). The original discarded song of ours we repurposed was called "Still Life at Mtwara Fishcamp," the unsung liarics based on a dive trip we took to southern Tanzania a few yrs back.
When we 1st started working on this nu album, we wanted to make an album of "dance music for the apocalypse," a term we member Daniel Ash using when, post Bauhaus, he formed Tones on Tail (an unfortunately short-lived project before morphing into Love + Rockets). In fact, we might of inklooted their album Pop at the top of our list of desert isle albums if there weren't sum oddly placed tracks that we fastfwd (+ they never released it digitally, except for some weird post-humus compilation called Weird Pop w/ inferior remixes of sum of the tracks (most notably "Performance")). While we tried to aspire to "dance music for the aocalypse," the final product is becoming more akin to My Life in the Bush of Ghosts, the 1981 album by David Byrne + Brian Eno (+ also the book by Amos Tutuola), w/ a bit of Dead Can Dance thrown in for good measure. Here's the mixtape we made to inspire us:
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