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THE LOVELY EGGS - EGGSISTENTIALISM VINYL (SUPER LTD. ED. TRANSPARENT BLUE & COFFEE SPLATTER GATEFOLD W/ SIGNED ARTPRINT)
THE LOVELY EGGS - EGGSISTENTIALISM VINYL (SUPER LTD. ED. TRANSPARENT BLUE & COFFEE SPLATTER GATEFOLD W/ SIGNED ARTPRINT)

THE LOVELY EGGS - EGGSISTENTIALISM VINYL (SUPER LTD. ED. TRANSPARENT BLUE & COFFEE SPLATTER GATEFOLD W/ SIGNED ARTPRINT)

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LIMITED EDITION TRANSPARENT BLUE & COFFEE SPLATTER VINYL GATEFOLD W/ SIGNED ARTPRINT

Release Date: 17th May 2024



"The Lovely Eggs release their seventh new album Eggsistentialism on Egg Records. Their third collaboration with Grammy Award winning producer Dave Fridmann, Eggsistentialism comes with more breath taking mind boggling art-work by illustrator Casey Raymond. As the title suggests, “Eggsistentialism” explores a much more personal, introspective, and reflective side to The Lovely Eggs world and sees the Eggs explore new sounds and experiment in unventured musical territories. “The new album is really a reflection on what has been happening to us these last couple of years, stewing up in Eggland in our own juices,” explains Holly. “It’s about loss and strength. On this album you’ll hear us at our lowest and most vulnerable. Daily life is hard. Realising everything you grew up with and loved is never coming back, alongside the responsibilities of caring for others is sometimes hard to take. The album is about life and death. Eggsistentialism. It’s about dragging yourself through all the shit to get to the other side.” “It’s a bit of a ‘wilderness years’ album,” continues Holly. “We haven’t released a new record since 2020 and in the meantime, we’ve been here fighting shit and trying to defend a right to a lifestyle that we’ve enjoyed here in this town for the last 30+ years as working musicians who refuse to get a “normal” job and tow the line. It’s about believing in something and not letting go. But that unwillingness to give in ultimately takes its toll. It does start to destroy you and the album is kind of a documentation of that destruction and collapse as well as the strength we’ve got to get through it all. Ultimately, this is a hopeful record about survival.”"