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The original band lineup are back with a brand new album. They began working on the album that would become WEEKEND in 2012, recording with original production collaborators Wayne Connolly (production), Tim Whitten (mixing), and Don Bartley (mastering). Lead vocalist Vincent Giarrusso claims the album was inspired by the energy of Jean-Luc Godard's agit-prop 60's cinema masterpiece "Weekend". Multi genre, pop, rock, wig-out, dance, romance and Hegel all competing to form a coherent whole as only the underground LOVERS can. Completing the vision is longtime visual collaborator Matthew Robertson who has created the albums distinctive 'ticket' visuals.
The original band lineup are back with a brand new album. They began working on the album that would become WEEKEND in 2012, recording with original production collaborators Wayne Connolly (production), Tim Whitten (mixing), and Don Bartley (mastering). Lead vocalist Vincent Giarrusso claims the album was inspired by the energy of Jean-Luc Godard's agit-prop 60's cinema masterpiece "Weekend". Multi genre, pop, rock, wig-out, dance, romance and Hegel all competing to form a coherent whole as only the underground LOVERS can. Completing the vision is longtime visual collaborator Matthew Robertson who has created the albums distinctive 'ticket' visuals.
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Format: CD
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 02/17/2023
UPC: 847108049131

Weekend
Artist: Underground Lovers
Format: CD
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The original band lineup are back with a brand new album. They began working on the album that would become WEEKEND in 2012, recording with original production collaborators Wayne Connolly (production), Tim Whitten (mixing), and Don Bartley (mastering). Lead vocalist Vincent Giarrusso claims the album was inspired by the energy of Jean-Luc Godard's agit-prop 60's cinema masterpiece "Weekend". Multi genre, pop, rock, wig-out, dance, romance and Hegel all competing to form a coherent whole as only the underground LOVERS can. Completing the vision is longtime visual collaborator Matthew Robertson who has created the albums distinctive 'ticket' visuals.
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