‘petunia-liebling macpumpkin – frozen fish (feat. Art Barnes) (electric phantom).
Those of you familiar with our oft want to stray the borders of pop into more surreal territories might recall us mentioning Petunia-Liebling MacPumpkin a fair old while back – which for those of you that didn’t sit up and pay attention the first time of asking can be found here https://marklosingtoday.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/petunia-liebling-macpumpkin/ – at the time we made reference to Bearsuit records noting a curiously skewed and off the wall affinity for the crooked aural abstract worlds that both appeared to delight and occupy. Both weird and warped, the artful Ms MacPumpkin’s sound world is a disorientating collage of dissolving lysergic mirages, skewering Oz dream passages and playful Disney surrealism seen through acid eyes, with a total disregard for form, structure or verse / chorus / verse appreciation, she instead skips and hiccups amid a beautifully fried fantasia letting her inner child run riot creating weird landscapes whilst chirping almost nursery rhyme like her peculiar diarised prose, let’s face it where in the world of pop will you ever find – should you so wish – a love note serenade to a dead fish. Quite barking yet fried and freaky fun.