RIYL: Surfing in Oil Spillage
Label: Rad Cult
With exception to 2016’s SeeFu Lilac, a collection of outtakes and song fragments from a never-finished full-length, we haven’t had a proper BMSR album since 2013’s Cobra Juicy.Â 2018 will see fit that our drought is finally over.Â Panic Blooms will be upon us in May, so make sure you stay hydrated and try not to die until then.
We all know and love Tom Fec’s uber oddballÂ artistry and non-linear auralÂ experimentsÂ so much that it’s easy to forget how great of a straight-up songwriter he is.Â If you removed the signature BMSR slime and robo-pr0n vocal treatment fromÂ Mr No One, the first single off the album,Â you’d have a pretty straightforward pop classic on your hands.Â Singalong choruses, gorgeous twinkling synths and an endorphin-rushingÂ chord progression, this is a good indication that Panic Blooms is going toÂ lasso inÂ a lot more fans to the BMSR camp.
The gold vinyl is limited to 4000 copies, but I wouldn’t procrastinate too long.Â We Tobaxxians are large in numbers and we take no mercy on the weak-willed.
3 sided LP / Gold vinyl edition / Silkscreened D side / Matte gatefold
Comes with a 3.5" iron-on patch (only at the rad cult store)
*all vinyl is shipped usps priority so it is trackable and comes fully insured
Item ships out on or around May 3, 2018
Edition of 4000
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive