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Tess Parks has shared her excellently titled new single 'Brexit At Tiffany's'.

The songwriter's new album 'And Those Who Were Seen Dancing' is out on May 20th, matching dreamy psych to drone-led songwriting.

Released on Fuzz Club, the record is trailed by this new single, a smouldering piece of minimalist space rock.

'Brexit At Tiffany's' - again, an amazing song title - is online now, with Tess utilising a spoken word vocal that channels her inner Patti Smith.

Beat Generation lyricism aside, it's a smouldering, stripped back piece of music. She comments:

“We were recording at Rian [O’Grady]’s house and the guys started playing this music which had Francesco [Perini]’s Ray Mananzarek Doors’ sensibilities and Mike [Sutton]’s Neil Young-esque guitar, and then I started reading this poem I had written which pieces together definitions of words I found interesting and had written down. The title is thanks to Ruari [Meehan] who kept saying this over and over and we all thought it was the best thing we ever heard.”

Director Robert Ascroft chairs the video, with Tess commenting: “This video was as planned and thought out as its namesake. My friend Robert happened to be in London with a day to spare, so last minute we rallied up some friends who were graciously willing to spend an afternoon wearing these horrific English Breakfast masks.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Baron Wolman

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