PSYCHEDELIC PORN CRUMPETS release new single “Pukebox” from forthcoming album ‘SHYGA! The Sunlight Mound’ out Feb 5th

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

Brand new year, brand new Psychedelic Porn Crumpets! Hectic and relentless in pure unadulterated Psychedelic Porn Crumpets fashion, “Pukebox” is one ride that fans will want to be on as brighter horizons look promising for 2021. Recorded between songwriter Jack McEwan’s home studio and Tone City Studios in WA, “Pukebox” sets the bar for how tight the band’s sound has become over their last few years of incessant writing and touring.

Receiving its worldwide premiere on BBC Radio 1 with Annie Mac, “Pukebox” captures the essence of SHYGA! The Sunlight Mound and sits as a great insight into the new era ahead.

Listen to “Pukebox” – BELOW:

“‘Pukebox’ was the first song I used as a reference while creating the flavour for the record. I’d had the idea for the track for a while but I never thought it fit the style of our previous albums. I wrote the first part in first person, talking about my time at home drinking moonshine and wondering who else was doing the same. Then I compared that in the second verse with a secondary version of myself who I wrote about as a character, a little bit lost, waking up with a hangover in random cities trying to find meaning while it sailed right past me. Both unaware of each other’s existence while slowly going mad through repetitive consumption.” Jack McEwan, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets

SHYGA! The Sunlight Mound sees its release February 5 via Marathon Artists.

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Shyga! The Sunlight Mound Track Listing:

Side A
01 – Big Dijon
02 – Tally-Ho
03 – Sawtooth Monkfish
04 – Tripolasaur
05 – Mr. Prism
06 – The Terrors
07 – Hats Off to the Green Bins

Side B
08 – Glitter Bug
09 – More Glitter
10 – Pukebox
11 – Mundungus
12 – Mango Terrarium
13 – Round the Corner
14 – The Tale of Gurney Gridman

PSYCHEDELIC PORN CRUMPETS LIVE DATES:
Jan 16: Mini Fest at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre – Mandurah
Aug 06: John Cain Arena – Melbourne
Aug 13: Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide SOLD OUT
Aug 14: Thebarton Theatre – Adelaide
Aug 20: Fortitude Music Hall – Brisbane SOLD OUT
Aug 21: Fortitude Music Hall – Brisbane SOLD OUT
Aug 22: Fortitude Music Hall – Brisbane Tickets
Aug 27: Hordern Pavilion – Sydney SOLD OUT
Aug 28: Hordern Pavilion – Sydney
Sep 11: Fremantle Arts Centre – Fremantle
*Supporting Ocean Alley

 

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