DIRTY BEACHES
New Album, 'Drifters / Love Is The Devil' OUT NOW via Zoo Music
SHARE 'Casino Lisboa' video and Heathered Pearl Remix 
CONFIRMED For ATP End of An Era in December
Drifters / Love Is the Devil
 
Release Date: 20th May 2013
Label: Zoo Music
Formats: CD/LP/DL
TRACKLISTING
Drifters
1. Night Walk 
2. I Dream in Neon 
3. Belgrade 
5. Elli 
6. Au Revoir Mon Visage 
7. Mirage Hall 

Love Is the Devil
9. Greyhound at Night 
10. This Is Not My City 
11. Woman 
13. Alone at the Danube River
14. I Don’t Know How to Find My Way Back to You 
15. Like The Ocean We Part 
16. Berlin
 
 
 
CONTACT:
Nita Keeler 
nita.keeler@gmail.com
+44 (0)1600 892 690
"Dirty Beaches – aka Alex Zhang Hungtai – is about to return with his most ambitious psychodrama to date." FACT

Dirty Beaches release their new album Drifters/Love is the Devil this week via Zoo Music. 

Having just completed their UK tour the band have shared their new video for Casino Lisboa via Pitchfork as well as the Heathered Pearl remix of the same track via The Fly
 
LISTEN/SHARE:
Casino Lisboa (Heathered Pearl remix) 

WATCH: Casino Lisboa (via Pitchfork)
 
The band will return to the UK in December to perform at ATP End of the Year. 
Hungtai’s new album, Drifters / Love Is the Devil, is a sprawling double-album that chronicles the musician’s life on the road over the past two years—through the labyrinths of Berlin, Belgrade, Paris, and many other cities; through heartbreak, rebirth and masochistic, existential self-reflection. 

Recorded between Montreal and Berlin in the winter of 2012, the two halves of Drifters / Love Is the Devil are separated only by aesthetics, as they are tightly woven together thematically as one conceptual piece. If 2011’s Badlands was an exercise in exorcising past ghosts in a semi-fictional world, then Drifters / Love Is the Devil is a reflection on the fragility of reality—that of the outside world in which the artist explores the nightlife of bright neon temptations and hedonistic values, and that of the inner world, one of remorse and lovelorn tragedies. 
Dirty Beaches, a.k.a. Alex Zhang Hungtai, started off as a one-man band in 2005 in Montreal. A trans-Pacific nomad and genre-hopping sound-smith, he has released music ranging from drone instrumentals to film scores, and possesses a fascination for dissecting popular American music like blues, rockabilly, soul, R&B and hip hop, often rendering it to a point where it has become something else entirely. 
 
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