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LES SAVY FAV – LIMO SCENE

LES SAVY FAV – LIMO SCENE

After a 14-year hiatus, the venerable post-punk provocateurs Les Savy Fav are making a grand re-entrance with their album “OUI, LSF,” slated for release in May. Among the early glimpses into this much-anticipated comeback is “Limo Scene,” a track that encapsulates the band’s unrivalled ability to fuse narrative depth with sonic chaos. The song recounts a surreal encounter with the spirit of music’s yesteryear, sparked while searching for the resting place of Turner “Rocky” Wilson Jr., the unsung hero behind the doo-wop hit that evolved into the pervasive “Surfin Bird.” Les Savy Fav transforms this pilgrimage into a raucous celebration of musical heritage, embedding nods to the genealogy of sound within the layers of their signature thrashing energy. “Limo Scene” isn’t just a track; it’s an anarchic love letter to the cyclical nature of music, where inspiration is borrowed, reborn, and mutated across generations. Through their characteristic blend of irony and homage, Les Savy Fav invites listeners on a journey through the annals of musical innovation, proving once more their place at the forefront of the post-punk panorama.


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