Emily Breeze “Ego Death” Single Launch with support from Modulus III
Longtime cult heroine of Bristol’s underground music scene, Emily Breeze, former front woman of Psychedelic Post-Punk outfit Candy Darling, scales new heights with her remarkable new band and batch of songs. Fresh from recording as yet unreleased solo album Rituals, produced by Bristol luminary Stew Jackson (writer producer for Massive Attack, who has also worked with Tom Waits, Patti Smith and Nick Cave), Breeze and band Rob Norbury (guitar), Andy Sutor (drums) Duncan Fleming (organ), and Graham Dalziel (bass) have performed a string of sold out shows and are gearing up to release their second single “Ego Death” (9/3/19) which has already received airplay from BBC Radio 6’s Tom Robinson and will be accompanied by a remixes from former Bad Seed Barry Adamson, Retro Futurist improv Titans Modulus III and Giallo Disco deviant Antoni Maiovvi. Drawing influence from Vintage Exotica, Father John Misty, Pulp, David Lynch soundtracks and all the glorious trash and terror of 21st century life on planet earth, this selection of songs conjure suburban comedowns and vast lonely city scapes glittering with sleazy glamour and populated by serial killers, crazed cult leaders, crushed hopes and high octane romance.
“Emily Breeze is a bona fide star. Her intense musical vision is a jaw dropping experience” (Louder Than War)