Two new Scott Walker songs
2012-11-08 by AStableReference | 17 Comments

Two new tracks from Scott Walker have been released on Spotify for streaming.

The tracks “Epizootics!” and “See You Don’t Bump His Head” will be featured on Scott Walker's forthcoming album, "Bish Bosch", slated to be released December 3rd on 4AD

http://stereogum.com/1195382/scott-walker-epizootics-see-you-dont-bump-his-head/mp3s/

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OneMoreRoland
November 8th 2012

1050 Comments


Pumped

Graveyard
November 8th 2012

5598 Comments


sweet

DeafMetal
November 8th 2012

8584 Comments


OMG YES

ShadowRemains
November 8th 2012

20238 Comments


nice

AStableReference
November 8th 2012

1844 Comments


A video clip for Epizootics! was just released today.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ih7KzKLLWA

FromDaHood
Contributing Reviewer
November 8th 2012

9033 Comments


Not bad for a governor

AStableReference
November 8th 2012

1844 Comments


Since I don't have spotify I've only been able to hear "Epizootics!" so far, and holy shit, I was not disappointed.

Not sure I want to hear anything else from it until I listen to the full album, though.

CutMan
November 8th 2012

1766 Comments


"the will be my first and last comment on youtube

as an admirer of walker's work, this video hangs like a witches tit, im sure the album will be excellent, il buy it

but the "art/backwards/monochrome shots" are an oldman's dream, shame on 4AD

scott walker's work is a step foward

he has colour and sex

this is a a brithish arts proposal

if you are dumb enough, may your god sleep you to death tonight

il still buy the album on friday

but this is wrong

alex rose, eire"

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SgtPepper
Staff Reviewer
November 8th 2012

4380 Comments


I'm pretty excited for this.

awal16
November 9th 2012

217 Comments


seems to be doing pretty good for himself after winning the recall election

DeafMetal
November 9th 2012

8584 Comments


u got jokes

AStableReference
November 9th 2012

1844 Comments


Original ones.

DeafMetal
November 9th 2012

8584 Comments


^

MichaelSnoxall
November 9th 2012

12163 Comments


I'll wait for the album before listening.

CutMan
November 9th 2012

1766 Comments


Isn't his day job, like, painting houses or fixing stuff on people's houses or something? I'd totally hire him and record him doing it, then release it as a live performance bootleg.

AStableReference
November 9th 2012

1844 Comments


I'm not sure when exactly that was or if it was actually his job, but I can only find one quote on it.

"Scott’s manager once asked him what he was up to. “Painting,” he replied. “Oh really? Oils or watercolours?” Scott frowned in puzzlement. “No. Painting and decorating.”"

I believe it was around the late 80s or early 90s.

MaskAtTheMasquerade
November 9th 2012

2887 Comments


fuk yeah



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