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The Primals have premiered another new track, the latest being Pity City from their upcoming debut album, All Love Is True Love. The band are comprised of current/former members of Darkest Hour, Dead To Fall and The Explosion. Their frontman John Henry (also of Darkest Hour) said of this latest cut: This song originally came from a different project I was working on which was more electronic, using an old Univox drum machine and a bunch of layered synths and guitars
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The Primals - the fuzz-rock supergroup of Darkest Hour frontman John Henry, former Dead To Fall bassist Chad Fjerstad, and former The Explosion drummer Andrew Black - recently released their great, John Reis-produced debut album All Love Is True Love on Southern Lord. 20 September ·. Our next show: supporting PELICAN at ZEBULON on October 14th. The Primals updated their cover photo.
Regarding the track Pity City, Henry tells us, This song originally came from a different project I was working on which was more electronic, using an old Univox drum machine and a bunch of layered synths and guitars. It stood out to me as more of a structured song than the rest from that session so I decided to see if it would work with the Primals. Lyrically this track is a good representation of the album title All Love Is True Love, as it’s sort of a love song to everyone I’ve ever loved, even the ones who are out of my life. I think the last lines sum up the song fairly well: ‘Me and the ones I adore, I don’t believe there’s an end anymore, and we are nothing. In addition, you can catch the Primals playing a handful of concerts this fall, including three record-release shows in September, plus a gig with the legendary ’60s band The Sonics in November.