Monday, 29 November 2010

David Lynch Puts Out Some Electro Feel Good

Good Day Today by threeminutesthirtyseconds

DAVID LYNCH the prolific director has put out single. Indulging in the deepest depths of electronica and synthesizers the Twin Peaks ambassador mimics that of an optimistic robot singing "I wanna have a good day today" backed by a drum machine and keyboard.

Though at first it may seem a strange deviation this is in fact not the first time Lynch has turned his hand to the sonic muscle. As well working on his own soundtracks he has also collaborated on 'Dark Night of the Soul' with Dangermouse and the late Mark Linkous aka Sparklehorse.

The track 'A Good Day Today' ain't half bad. Yes it's drowning in distortion with a voice that's about as meddled with as Heidi Spencer's live vocals but in this case no one's trying to pretend otherwise.

The single was released through Rob da Bank's UK label Sunday Best and is available through itunes.

It takes influence from: The Pet Shop Boys/New Order/Joy Division.

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