LUST FOR YOUTH ‘EPOETIN ALFA’: “THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF LIVING A REGULAR LIFE”
Lust For Youth – Swedish musician Hannes Norvides + Loke Rahbek and Malthe Fisher – unveil ‘Epoetin Alfa’, a very addictive and smart track, with plenty of 80s synth-pop vibe.
The single is taken from their new album ‘International’, released on June 9th via Sacred Bones.
Rahbek explains: “The record sort of happened by chance. Hannes and I had talked about recording some stuff together for the fun of it, and Malthe offered to help us record. Initially, we were just going to do a song or two for the fun of it, but within a few weeks it was obvious that it was a combination that worked.
Malthe went from recording to joining within the first few days and we made the whole thing over the last half-year, drinking gin and tonics everyday in the studio. The period was strange, terrible things happened in everyone’s life outside of the studio, so as a result many hours were spent in the studio, like a safe zone.
As the title indicates,” Rahbek adds, “the record deals with the rootless, sometimes almost inhuman, nature of traveling and touring. Hotel rooms and strangers’ beds, drugs and clubs, and the impossibility of living a regular life.”
‘International’ will be available on CD and LP (white vinyl in the UK and EU only), and the LP comes with a download remix EP featuring reworks of LFY tracks by Chelsea Wolfe, Silent Servant, Total Control, Helm& Cult of Youth amongst others. The digital remix EP will also be available as a deluxe digital version of the album.
Lust For Youth live dates:
4th April Quarter/ Chetvert, St Petersburg RU
5th April DOM, Moscow RU
15th April Train (w/ When Saints Go Machine) Aarhus, DK
16th April Store Vega (w/ When Saints Go Machine) Copenhagen, DK
Photo by Cali Dewitt.