Blak Hand Records welcome their fifth release of 2017 with a psychedelic offering from Liverpool band The Electric Lazarus, who release their second single ‘Death Valley Sunday’ alongside an all-new recorded b-side version of the previously released ‘Sometimes I Wonder’. Recorded with producer/engineer Jon Withnall, the songs take their influence from singer Andy Pringle’s favourite bands, which include The Velvet Underground, The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Black Angels, Phil Spector and also the post punk sounds of Joy Division/New Order/Public Image Ltd.

The video for the ‘Death Valley Sunday’ made by one-time Californian native, Christopher Edwards who intertwined the captured video with scenes from Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1970 counter-culture film ‘Zabriskie Point’.

‘Death Valley Sunday’ is out now and is available on limited edition cassette from Blak Hand Records here. There are 30 copies of the limited edition jade green cassette, each hand numbered in a double-sided slipcase put together by Liverpool designer James Parr, featuring a young Dennis Hopper and a film still from ‘Zabriskie Point’. The track is also available as a download from all digital stores, including The Electric Lazarus Bandcamp, and the Blak Hand Records Bandcamp webstore.

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