With their new album ENTERTAINMENT, DEATH just a few weeks away from release, Spirit of the Beehive have followed up recent singles “There’s Nothing You Can’t Do” and “The Server Is Immersed” with the album’s most ambitious track, “I Suck The Devil’s Cock”. They say:

“It’s our take on “A day in the life.” A man, overworked and undervalued discovers a portal to another time and place where he hears a familiar song on the radio. In the context of the record, this track specifically encapsulates the dread of required performance, ultimately leading to a freeing death.”

Unfolding in four parts, that are essentially four different songs sewn together through SotB’s analogue wizardry, “I Suck The Devil’s Cock” is a lot more playful and enticing than its title would have you believe. From homespun lo-fi rock to dissociative dream-pop to rattling post-punk and finally ambient-pop spirals of self-reflection, the band captivatingly pulls us from one realm of weirdness to another. If you’ve been on the fence about Spirit of the Beehive so far, “I Suck The Devil’s Cock” will undoubtedly help you figure out which side you’re on.

The video for “I Suck The Devil’s Cock” also unfolds in four parts, helmed by three different directors; part 1 by Ada Babar, parts 2 and 4 by Noah Burke and part 3 by Documavision. Watch it below or listen on streaming platforms.

Spirit Of The Beehive’s new album ENTERTAINMENT, DEATH arrives on April 9 through Saddle Creek – and if you pre-order from the label’s website or the band’s Bandcamp then a portion will go to the Amistad Law Project – otherwise pre-save it digitally here.

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