The imminent second album of Francois Peglau


Unhappy Clef alumni will certainly remember Francois Peglau, whose December 2010 debut The Imminent Failure Of was a stirring call to arms, even if some of the tracks were armed with ukulele or a drink coupon for comedy improv. Those in need of a reminder should stream the album at Bandcamp.

Today Peglau writes in with two preview tracks from his forthcoming album. First is the psych-surf AM radio travelogue Costa Rica, with a rastaman spy guitar lick and foamy production ethic. Second is the whisper-and-response Life is indefinable, set to a beachy strum-tap strum-tap rhythm, and thick with father-son wisdom (just not the kind you find on The Middle). Let the revolution begin anew…

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