Chromatics release deluxe version of previously vinyl-exclusive Camera EP on digital and CD, share new tracks

Chromatics release deluxe version of previously vinyl-exclusive Camera EP on digital and CD, share new tracks

While it may not always seem too active from the perspective of passive observers (or those superfans haunted by the spectre of Dear Tommy’s cover artwork during episodes of sleep paralysis), it needs to be said that the gears are always turning — and the color wheels always spinning — over at the Chromatics Dream-Workshop™.

Take today, for example: Camera, the band’s 12-inch from June of this year, is back in the form of a stream-able deluxe EP with new tracks and artwork and shit (it’s also on CD!). It features unreleased cut “House of Dolls” — an ominous creep of an ambient cocktail that hits like a shot of Phantom of the Paradise in a chilled glass of Profondo rosso — and a remix of “Blue Girl” from Twin Peaks sonic maestro Dean Hurley. Listen to them both below!

You can grab the EP on compact disc here for the low, low price of very-few-American-dollars, or get a little wild and visit your local hard drive, double-click that executable for your all-time-fave streaming service, and get to listening. Of course, if you’re one of those Chromatics completionists I keep hearing about at the indie record store water cooler, you could always grab the original Camera 12-inch right here. Whatever you do, make sure to check out the deluxe tracklisting below, because Chromatics worked really hard on it, and I worked very-slightly-less hard to reproduce it for you here.

Camera EP (Deluxe) tracklisting:

01. Camera
02. Magazine (Club Mix)
03. The Taste of Blood
04. House of Dolls
05. Blue Girl (Dean Hurley Remix)
06. Camera (Instrumental)
07. Camera (On Film)
08. Magazine (Club Mix Instrumental)

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