Monday, May 24, 2010

New song performed last night.

Once again the sound quality doesn't really do the band justice (or at least I hope so, if they sound like this they have a huge problem), but you can tell this new song - tentatively titled "Famine Affair" - has quite a classic late 70s rock feel to it, with some really nice guitar work from BP.
Thanks to André at the Townhall for his youtubing skills, and whoever taped it in the first place.

I'm reposting the two interviews I twittered about yesterday : a really short one with Kevin via Tulsa World, and one in which Bryan discusses False Priest and band politics (for lack of a better phrase) at Please ignore the journalist's comments - he obviously hadn't done his homework prior to writing the article.
On Read The Hook, Kevin gives us a few clues as to what False Priest is going to sound like : a less fragmented record you'll want to listen to on a high-end hi-fi system as opposed to your crappy laptop speakers.
Also, Spin was in New Orleans to review the band's first show : less theatrical elements, more good old rock'n'roll. Good call on likening the new oM sound to Suede, it all wasn't just happening in my head, then.



  1. I got distracted towards the end of the show and lost track, but only one new song. Pretty standard classics played:
    Rapture Rapes the Muses
    Party’s Crashing us Now
    ID Engager
    Wraith Pinned to the Mist and other Games
    Suffer for Fashion
    Bunny ain’t no kind of rider
    Plastis Wafers
    St. Exquisites Confessions
    Gallery Piece
    Famine Affair*
    Triphallus to Punctuate
    Faberge Falls for Shuggie
    Heimesdalgate Like a Promethean Curse
    An Eluardian Instance

    Beware our Nubile Miscreants
    A Sentence of Sorts in Konsingver

    *First time played

  2. yes!! I was there! It was such an awesome concert!

  3. This version is a little better.!

    Its actually the next one over in the embedded youtube but player.