Bella Union Sign Warmduscher

Warmduscher have today shared Wild Flowers, a brand new track and their first for Bella Union. The first taster from their forthcoming, as yet unannounced, fourth album the track was written and recorded over lock down and is their take on finding solace in the absurdity of now. Watch the Ben Faircloth directed video below…

The perfect encapsulation of the band’s current direction, coming off as the disjointed rants of a madman ticking off the various indignities of his existence, slathered on top of a spiralling lounge-funk bassline, it may be the most expletive-laden rock song to go to radio in recent memory. The track came about when Clams was tasked with writing lyrics for a song Mr. Saltfingers Lovecraft had composed, and a pesky bout of writer’s block began to trip him up in the worst way.

“I kept doing that freaking track over and over, trying to do a kind of Talking Heads, ‘Once in a Lifetime’ thing. Then I just got to a point where I was like, ‘Ugh! Fuck this and fuck these motherfuckers!’ I sent the demo to the guys and they were laughing really hard. It’s a blessing and a curse, because if we start laughing, then we know we’re happy with the song. Sometimes it messes me up because people say we’re just jokers or whatever, but it’s like Nah man, we put a lot of work and effort into what we’re doing, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously.” Wild Flowers pokes fun at the frustration the entire world felt during 2020, but does so in a way that’s darkly comedic, totally wild, and 100% Warmduscher.

The band will also head out on the road in spring of next year on a run of UK and European dates, including their biggest headline to date at The Forum in London.

Warmduscher released their last album, Tainted Lunch, in 2019 to widespread acclaim, including a slot as one of 6Music’s ‘Albums of the Year’.

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