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Mclusky Return With First New Songs In 17 Years

Thursday, 14 September 2023 Written by Jon Stickler

Mclusky have shared their first new music in nearly two decades. 

The Welsh post-hardcore veterans have dropped the double a-side 'Unpopular Parts Of a Pig / The Digger You Deep', which comprises four new tracks, three of which show off their noise-rock side, alongside a calmer closing number, That Was My Brain On Elves. 

The songs are currently streaming on Bandcamp, and mark Mclusky's first new material since their 2004 studio album, 'The Difference Between Me and You Is That I’m Not on Fire'. They also put out the 2006 compilation 'Mcluskyism'. Frontman Andrew Falkous said:

"Well, we recorded it and thought we might release it in order to raise money towards the ridiculously expensive US visas we require if we’re to finish what we started in that stupid, wonderful country."

He also added: "An album is half recorded. We just need to write and record the second half but that’ll be easy."

In a post to the Facebook page of Future Of The Left, his currently active band, he also confirmed that the recording for the new Mclusky album will be completed in February, and it's hoped it will be released next year.


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