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Luther Russell

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Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Luther Russell releases the brand new, six-track ‘Motorbike’ EP on March 15 on Wool Recordings/Ungawa. The songs on the EP are taken from Luther’s upcoming fifth solo album – a double entitled ‘The Invisible Audience’. Musically the EP takes in the psychedelic Americana of the title track, the stripped- down blues of ‘A World Unknown’, the power-pop of ‘Tomorrow’s Papers’ and the short but sweet instrumentals ‘Dead Sun Blues’ and ‘Et Al’, which sound a bit like outtakes from ‘Sweetheart Of The Rodeo’ and ‘Third/Sister Lovers’ respectively. What keeps these seemingly disparate influences together is Luther’s effortless way with a melody and the warm, analogue sound. “It was recorded to eight-track one-inch tape with most instruments played by yours truly,” says Luther, who has produced records by Richmond Fontaine and Sarabeth Tucek. Sarabeth also sings on the final track, the hymn-like 'Somehow Or Another'. “People have really responded to the song ‘Motorbike’, so I thought an EP built around it would be a nice way of calling attention to the new album.” He’s not wrong, especially as the EP looks so good. As well as a digital release it will be available on an extremely limited-edition white vinyl 12-inch, which comes with a postcard shot by underground filmmaker Cam Archer. Archer, who has previously worked with Gus Van Sant and made videos for the likes of Xiu Xiu and Six Organs Of Admittance, also directed the video for ‘Motorbike’ http://www.myspace.com/lutherrussell


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