The Afghan Whigs frontman envelopes dream-like sonics.
From the Joshua Tree studio of Christopher Thorn comes a collection of melodies years in the making, each stemming from phases of reflection. These melodies radiate from the heart and mind of Greg Dulli, frontman of The Afghan Whigs, on his first ever solo-record Random Desire, out February 21st via Royal Cream/BMG. With total creative control comes a sense of freedom and maturity, which is evident throughout the dynamic 10-track Random Desire.
Today's arrival of It Falls Apart presents a contrast to the otherwise upbeat first single Pantomime, displaying the musical prowess at hand and testifying to the diversity present on Random Desire. The melancholic It Falls Apart is richly textured, seamlessly melding Dulli's vocals with heart-wrenching synth and piano work. Though lyrically dark, the atmospheres present here are blissful in a sense, easing the spirit while punishing the heart. It is a track that merits appreciation and paves the path towards a successful full-length to come.
Stream the melancholic It Falls Apart below and pre-order your copy HERE.