Lala Lala, the Chicago indie outfit led by Lillie West, has introduced a reissue of their debut album, Sleepyhead. Beforehand solely obtainable digitally and on restricted, self-released cassettes, the brand new bodily model is due out August 23rd by way of Hardly Artwork.
Coming to vinyl, CD, and a contemporary run of cassettes, Sleepyhead is a basement recording remodeled a five-day winter interval. Becoming a member of West within the makeshift studio had been her bandmates, drummer Abby Black and bassist Karl Bernasconi. The uncooked, straight intimate effort caught the eye of Hardly Artwork, who signed Lalal Lala for his or her studio debut, 2018’s The Lamb.
The LP model of Sleepyhead is being pressed to cloud-colored vinyl and options new art work. Pre-orders for all variations of the reissue are occurring now.
As a primary hear (or reintroduction) to the album, the one “Fuck With Your Mates” is being shared at the moment. The primary track West ever wrote, the monitor is a dredging confession of West’s vices: “I drink greater than I need to ’trigger it makes you simpler to speak to,” she sings. “And what you’re saying is boring.” Take a hear under.
Lala Lala will seem at Mad Cool Pageant in Madrid this Saturday, with a cease at Pitchfork Music Pageant on deck subsequent week. They’ll take the street with Whitney within the fall, and you will get tickets to all their exhibits right here.
Sleepyhead Reissue Art work: