HDLSS shares cover of CocoRosie’s “Promise” via IMPOSE
HDLSS (pronounced Headless) is a “nocturnal pop” duo from Ridgewood, NY, consisting of Far and Wolfy. Selections from DUMB is the new album the band is releasing in August (pre-order it here)—their 1st release since going on hiatus in 2012 and changing their name from Headless Horseman (formerly on Greedhead Entertainment).
The album was recorded/produced by HDLSS and mastered by Yale Yng-Wong (Grizzly Bear, Chairlift) and Jonathan Schenke (Parquet Courts). Today the band has shared a non-album track, a 90s boom bap cover of CocoRosie’s song “Promise” from their album The Adventures of Ghosthorse & Stillborn – you can listen to it now over at IMPOSE.
Recently, the duo shared the fourth single from the album, “Wonderloss” via Brooklyn Vegan, along with a conversation with Heems, their friend and former manager. Be sure to check out the other previous singles; “BILL$” via Stereogum, “Colonizer,” via Noisey which tackles the subject of culturual appropriation, and “False Flag,” an ode to whistle blowers, via The FADER.
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