Blonde Elvis "Slow Fall on Egypt"
Published Sep 11, 2014Toronto glam-popsters Blonde Elvis are still in the midst of prepping their full-length debut record, but they have unveiled a new single called "Slow Fall on Egypt."
A press release describes the new tune as "a step forward in terms of production," that pays homage to Roxy Music's baroque art rock and Pulp's Britpop stylings. Add in a little bit of psychedelia and you've got the song that band leader Jesse James Laderoute describes with the phrase: "sexual conquest as a metaphor for regional politics."
Clocking in at just over two minutes, it's a short, sweet cut and you can give it a listen below.