ARIEL PINK Airs New pom pom Track
Headlines The Scala, London – November 17th
Photo by Grant Singer
LA’s king of pop perversion Ariel Pink returns with a second offering from his new album, pom pom, in the form of new wave-flavoured ‘Black Ballerina’.
HEAR ‘Black Ballerina’:
Spanning 17 tracks and 69 minutes, pom pom is unfiltered Ariel, a pied piper of the absurd, with infectious tales of romance, murder, frog princes and Jell-O. With the Los Angeles native striking it out alone and returning to the solo moniker he has adopted for well over a decade, pom pom could very well be Pink’s magnum opus.
Ariel Pink brings his new 7-person strong band to London’s Scala on the day of pom pom‘s UK release – November 17th. He’ll return for a more expansive tour in 2015.
pom pom is Ariel Pink’s third studio album for 4AD, following his Haunted Graffiti releases Before Today (2010) and Mature Themes (2012).
P1. Plastic Raincoats In The Pig Parade
P2. White Freckles
P3. Four Shadows
P5. Not Enough Violence
I1. Put Your Number In My Phone
I2. One Summer Night
I3. Nude Beach A Go-Go
I4. Goth Bomb
I5. Dinosaur Carebears
N1. Negativ Ed
N2. Sexual Athletics
N4. Black Ballerina
K1. Picture Me Gone
K2. Exile On Frog Street
K3. Dayzed Inn Daydreams