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Snapped Ankles - Stunning Luxury limited edition vinyl

SNAPPED ANKLES - STUNNING LUXURY VINYL (SUPER LTD. ED. NEON PINK)

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SUPER LIMITED EDITION NEON PINK VINYL

Release Date: 1st March 2019

Super limited edition pressing of only 500! The second album from the experimental post-punk/art/kraut/psych-rock amalgamation sees the London-based band in full rage at the capitalist forces which are consistently killing off creativity and community in place of 'stunning luxury' in their cultural-clearing capacity. Taking on the putrid personas of the people at the front-line of this modern mayhem, Snapped Ankles (full tongue-in-cheek) soundtrack the gross gentrification generation in all its grimness! 

For Fans Of: Fat White Family, Thee Oh Sees, Goatman, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

 

"Snapped Ankles have taken on the guise of the very agents of their community’s demise – the property developers and brokers who heat the market on the promise of Stunning Luxury. With their adopted warehouse habitat under constant threat, the woodwose have taken this sharp-suited incarnation in order to infiltrate. The resistance starts here. From humble forest beginnings via bohemian East London on debut album Come Play The Trees, Snapped Ankles are moving on. The log synths have been transformed into gaudy To Let and For Sale signs, which have become the new instrument of choice for the discerning woodwose. The sounds they eke out of the housing bubble are as frenzied and unstable as you’d expect. Dystopian bangers. Illicit thrills. Stunning Luxury moves quickly through life in the capital: microdosing mindfulness in the morning, a poisoned nod to the marketing department, investment portfolios and death by same day delivery. The primal rhythms and forest chants are all present and correct. On the surface it’s hedonistic business as usual – a communal dance for the ages. But there’s a sense of discomfort too. There’s subversion, but it’s not clear who’s subverting who. There’s a message, but it’s often fragmented. Keep dancing. Keep foraging. Perhaps the woodwose are human after all..."