Ace Italian garage-punks SLOKS have just revealed a new video.
The brilliantly-titled 'Dad Can Dance' is taken from the band's debut album Holy Motor, which is set for release through Voodoo Rhythm Records on 21 September.
The trio of Ivy Claudy, Peter Chopsticks, Buddy Fuzz came together in Turin in 2015 and initially came to the attention of Vive Le Rock earlier this year via the video for their single 'Use Me'.
Voodoo Rhythm head honcho Reverend Beatman caught them opening a local alternative festival in Italy and packed them off to Swampland Studio in Toulouse to lay down their debut album with producer Lo Spider.
"It was so Destructive and Suicidal Dangerous and amazing eye catching the same time," says Beatman. "The Female Singer Ivy Claudy almost killed herself in her act strangling herself with the microphone cable and screamed as loud that she spit blood on the same time Buddy Fuzz wanked constantly his guitar overdosing totally distorting and endless feedback they were so Negative and creative the same time .. it was defiantly way too much for the audience and most of them left immediately except Us ... and they had to open the festival anyways hahaha!!"
Pre-orders are not yet available but when they are, you'll find them on the band's Voodoo Rhythm page.
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Pic by Dario Muzzarini