Capsule Fangs give us an unique first take a look at their video for brand new tune Younger Egyptian.
It’s been some time since Dan Haywood re-convened his band, Capsule Fangs, into the studio to report new songs. Critically acclaimed, however woefully unknown it appears to nearly all of the music-buying public, singer-songwriter Dan Haywood, whose final solo album was the unbelievable 52-minute one-track Nation Dustbin, which we reviewed right here, makes use of the band Capsule Fangs to search out launch for his love of New York rock within the vein of Lou Reed and Richard Hell.
The primary two Capsule Fangs albums, imaginatively entitled PF1 (reviewed right here) and PF2 (reviewed right here) made the very best album lists for 2017 and 2019 respectively. Now LTW has the unique first take a look at the video for his or her new single: Younger Egyptian.
It’s a stop-start storage rocker with hints of VU’s Foggy Notion, an awesome bass line, and a serrated guitar sound that will get the job executed in 2 minutes and 20 seconds. It’s New York 70’s rock on pace. The monitor, primarily based on true occasions, recounts an enlightening dialog Dan had with a younger Egyptian man residing in The Highlands. It’s thought that this occasion might be utilized by Scorsese to construct his Imply Streets 2 script round.
The tune is the lead single from the upcoming album, PF7, which might be launched July 21st, 2023.
When you’re fast you may catch Haywood performing songs from Capsule Fangs and his solo repertoire on the Victoria Corridor, Settle, supporting The Undertones, tonight, Friday 23rd June.
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