By Gregory AdamsSalem have some new tunes for you, and this time they're real. Aside from a Britney Spears cover, the last time we heard from the freaked-out and hazy witch house progenitors, the group were on damage control denying phony material uploaded by "cultural jammers." The Michigan-based band have now announced some legit tunes, though, with the I'm Still in the Night EP.
The four-song set arrives November 22 through IAMSOUND, which also released Salem's heralded King Night LP. On top of the EP's three originals, the mini-offering features a lengthy and languid cover of trance artist Alice Deejay's 1998 number "Better Off Alone." You can check out the codeine-laced club cut in the video below.
The EP will be available digitally and on twelve-inch vinyl in a limited edition pressing of 500. You can pre-order a copy here.
I'm Still in the Night:
1. "I'm Still in the Night" 2. "Better Off Alone" 3. "Baby Ratta" 4. "Krawl"