With their eagerly-awaited new album now just a few weeks away, Flamingods have dropped the next cut to be lifted from their forthcoming full-length.
The new single 'Dirty Money' follows on from the previously shared outings 'Tall Glass', 'Gutterball' and 'Dreams (On The Strip)' in previewing their new LP 'Head Of Pomegranate', which is due out on the 13th October via The Liquid Label.
Speaking about the new offering, they said, "We were taking influence from Bruce Haack, Gonjasufi and Kendrick Lamar’s ‘For Sale? – Interlude’ sonically for this one, tracks that are hypnotic and repetitively bouncy. We loved making this one. It’s basically an anti-war song filtered through a world of wonky electronica, fuzz and a good dose of heady desert-psychedelia - ‘Your idols bleeding out your care – with dirty bills of air-to-air’."
Have a listen to 'Dirty Money' in the player below.