Raleigh, NC's Pie Face Girls are one of the most phenomenal, counter-culture groups right now; press photo courtesy of the band.
Communions’ Week in Pop
Communions guest Impose; press photo courtesy of the band.
Communions’ debut album Blue is available now from Fat Possum Records & they deliver their following exclusive Week in Pop guest selections:
Here’s the list from Mads the bassist…quite chatty, huh?
featuring guest selections by Communions & more—in no particular order.
Lou Reed, “The Gun”
My cousin recently introduced me to this Lou Reed song from the album The Blue Mask. I’ve listen to it almost every day since.
Communions live; courtesy of the band.
Air, “All I Need” (extended version)
A perfect intro to a perfect song.
Other perspectives of Communions live; press photo.
Vicarage, “Above This”
Two of our good friends from Copenhagen made this.
Communions coverage courtesy of Ida Dorthea.
John Holt, “Police In Helicopter”
David Bowie, “Somebody Up There Likes Me”
This is probably one of my favorite Bowie songs right now.
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