Stream a series of new Turnip King demos

Quinn Moreland

turnip king re-enaciting that thing we did in the basement

Brooklyn psych-shoegaze staples Turnip King have released a series of demos in anticipation of an upcoming album. Approriately titled, Re-enacting That Thing We Did In the Basement Once, the demos come almost exactly one year since the group's stellar Moon Landing? EP, and sees the band delving deeper into distortion, delivering some pretty chill re-imagined vibes. Two stand outs include the tropical super-dog-inspired “Leo” and the stirring “Carsong”, and while not meant to be cohesive, the “album” of demos contains a Velvet Underground cover, and several untitled jams and unreleased tracks that would signify inclusion on a proper release. If, indeed, these demos are a preview of things to come, then we are facing a very bright future. A download of the album comes with a series of images that guitarist/vocalist Cal Fish describes as reflecting Turnip King's work in the context of an unstable, digitally distorted, capitalist-driven reality. You can stream Re-enacting That Thing We Did In the Basement Once below:

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