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THEY CAME FROM RUE MORGUE BONUS TRACK: “A BOY’S BEST FRIEND” BY PALM SUNDAY

Monday, October 23, 2017 | Exclusive

We’ve got yet another bonus track from THEY CAME FROM RUE MORGUE 20th Anniversary Horror Synth Compilation!

This week: “A BOY’S BEST FRIEND” by PALM SUNDAY, a new track written exclusively for the compilation. A statement from the band:

“Palm Sunday is a gothic synthwave duo based in Los Angeles. Imagine John Carpenter in a band fronted by Nancy from The Craft, writing murder ballads you can dance to. Farragut and Sid Branca share longstanding interests in theatricality and terror; Farragut is a lifelong horror buff inspired by the scores of Carpenter and Goblin as well as the rhythmic moodiness of Depeche Mode, while Sid’s lyrics are influenced by violent tragedies from the Oresteia to the songs of Nick Cave. This track takes on the classic serial killer maternal complex – the title is a nod to Psycho – and moves from a measured throb to a driving pulse, perfect for a journey down a dark road.”

Listen to “A BOY’S BEST FRIEND” by PALM SUNDAY below (bonus tracks listed at the end).

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