Flying Saucer Attack announce first new album in 15 years on Drag City

Flying Saucer Attack announce first new album in 15 years on Drag City

Hold the fort. David Pearce’s Flying Saucer Attack just announced a new album, the first in 15 years. It’s called Instrumentals 2015. It seems like I should be presenting the story with a veil of irony or something, and maybe joke about how 15 years is an awfully long time between flying saucer attacks and how the GPS system on the flying saucer somehow got jacked up coming through the atmosphere or whatever, but I’m not going to do any of that. I’m too busy floating along on the soft edge of “Instrumental 7” and its accompanying video directed by Peter Strickland (he of The Duke of Burgundy and Berberian Sound Studio). Watch the video below.

The album is all Pearce solo recordings, featuring simple home-recorded pieces using only guitar, tape, and CD-R. It’s out July 17 on Drag City; pre-order it here.

Instrumentals 2015 tracklist:

01. Instrumental 1
02. Instrumental 2
03. Instrumental 3
04. Instrumental 4
05. Instrumental 5
06. Instrumental 6
07. Instrumental 7
08. Instrumental 8
09. Instrumental 9
10. Instrumental 10
11. Instrumental 11
12. Instrumental 12
13. Instrumental 13
14. Instrumental 14
15. Instrumental 15

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