DENGUE FEVER PREMIERE NEW VIDEO ‘NO SUDDEN MOVES’, WITH ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
NEW ALBUM ‘THE DEEPEST LAKE’ OUT 2 FEB 2015
“Not content to merely providing glorious pop-tunes in easily digested song-wrapped packets, Dengue Fever choose the high road of cultural exposure, forcing the hand of the listener in a bid to fully comprehend their art.” – Pitchfork
“…one of the hottest bands around” – NPR
“…enormous fun” – The Guardian
“Breathing new life into a forgotten era of psych-pop” – Dazed & Confused
“…the world’s premier Cambodian psychedelic rock band” – MOJO
Prison, Demons, Lava, Pictures of Dogs and a Wedding…
Psych-Khmer rockers DENGUE FEVER, have released a new video for ‘No Sudden Moves’, the first single from their forthcoming album ‘The Deepest Lake’.
The psychedelic and bizarre video is full of pictures of dogs, a demon, and… Lava!? The video sees lead singer Nimol incarcerated for an unknown crime, haunted by her demons which she then goes on to marry! You know… after her (suggested) lover battles the demon with a machete in front of a lake of fire.
The track exhibts Dengue Fevers signature blend of Khmer Rock, featuring Dick Dale-esque guitars, infused with 60’s and 70’s style Psychedelia. This compliments the Khmer lyrics and pop-vocal style perfectly, this is exciting, beautifully crafted and above all else… cool! – This is definitely worth your time.
‘No Sudden Moves’ is available below.
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It’s been close to four years since Cambodian rock band Dengue Fever released a full-album of new material, but that all changes on 2nd February 2014 as ‘The Deepest Lake’ is finally ready to announce.
For long-time fans, Dengue Fever’s sound remains in-tact but ‘The Deepest Lake’ finds Dengue Fever expanding their trademark psych/surf Cambodian pop sound with African percussion, vocals that would make Exene and John Doe proud, sweeping melodies and extended psychedelic jams of songs that often time out after five or six minutes. The band made a conscious decision to head into their home studio looking to expand their sound by following their instincts to explore jams that came out of demos. The result showcases Dengue Fever’s musically adventurous side while still remaining faithful to their otherworldly sound.
“The Deepest Lake is probably our most challenging record to date”, said Dengue Fever Bassist Senon Williams. “We are entering our second decade together as a band and wanted to explore some ideas we’d experimented with in the past to try and capture a more expressive sound. Musically we went with a more raw approach while vocally Chhom Nimol came through with her signature power, intimacy and passion”.
Dengue Fever’s last full-length release was 2011’s Cannibal Courtship (Fantasy Records). Since that time, the band has been busy forging headfirst both creative outlets and business opportunities. In 2012, the band formed their own label, Tuk Tuk Records, struck distribution agreements with MRI/RED for North America and Proper Records for the rest of the world. In the past two years they have reissued four of their albums with bonus tracks, released a tour-only E.P., launched a wildly successful Pledge Music campaign and toured extensively in Mexico, Brazil, Asia, Europe and the United States.
In the last four years, members of Dengue Fever also joined Toms footwear and eyewear on a Giving Trip to help Cambodians in need, co-headlined a tour with Syrian musician Omar Souleymanand found their music licensed by Vice News, CSI: Las Vegas, The Hangover 2, Matador, True Blood, Broken Flowers and numerous documentaries.
An extensive tour in support of ‘The Deepest Lake’ will be announced later this month.
- No Sudden Moves
- Rom Say Sok
- Ghost Voice
- Deepest Lake on the Planet
- Cardboard Castles
- Vacant Lot
- Still Waters Run Deep
- Taxi Dancer
- Golden Flute