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Holy Fuck have announced their new album, 'Deleter'

Due out on 17th January, the news arrives alongside a video lead single 'Luxe (ft. Alexis Taylor)'.
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Published: 8:09 am, October 03, 2019
Holy Fuck have announced their new album, 'Deleter'

Holy Fuck have announced their new album, 'Deleter'.

Due out on 17th January, the news arrives alongside a video lead single 'Luxe (ft. Alexis Taylor)', which was created by Spanish illustrators Cynthia Alfonso and Óscar Raña, aka Rapapawn.

"Synaesthesia is a big part of the creative process for us," the band explain; "deciding where to pan instruments, how to treat them in the mix, as well as the overall song writing process - you naturally connect it to the visual. It's then out of our hands the moment we ask someone else to handle artwork and videos. But that's the most interesting part... 'seeing' how someone else sees it.

"For the video, Cynthia and Oscar were able to take this visual world of Deleter to the next dimension, creating a world that feels a lot like the one we lived in when we were in the studio making the record. We love how they distort mundane, industrial, inanimate objects to create something emotional and organic... something so fundamentally human. In the process of bringing things to life, they make them either playful or dangerous. Everything 'off-gases'."

The full track listing reads:

1 Cool Pattern
2 Stompy
3 Moment
4 Cured Meet
5 No Error NYC
6 Electric Circuits
7 Luxe
8 San Sebastien
9 Ruby

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