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Paris Suit Yourself Lost My Girl
Paris Suit Yourself - Lost My Girl
(Download) Big Dada BDDNL172, 2010-11-22

Paris Suit Yourself return with the second single from the forthcoming debut album, My Main Shitstain. Lost My Girl is a full-throttle, raging monster of a tune, which makes previous single Craig Machinsky seem a wilting wallflower by comparison. An exposition of all the things you can lose in life (from your girl to your soul) by being greedy and making stupid mistakes, Lost My Girl starts as spiked, icy punk, goes through a phase of sounding like the Shangri-La's on bad acid and ends up as a dark metal/gospel explosion of such intensity that the listener can only suspect possession. Paris Suit Yourself are a four piece originally from Bordeaux and Arkansas who coalesced into their current form in the squat and warehouse party scene of Berlin. They make some of the fiercest, most beautiful, angry and joyful music you'll come across right now and do it without sounding like anyone but themselves.

Paris Suit Yourself Lost My Girl
Paris Suit Yourself - Lost My Girl
(Download) Big Dada BDDNL172, 2010-11-22

Tracklisting :
01. Lost My Girl (radio edit) 4:18

Links :
Free MP3 download on spinner.com
myspace.com/parissuityourself
facebook.com/pages/Paris-Suit-Yourself/41762069879
bigdada.com
myspace.com/bigdadarecords
facebook.com/bigdadarecords
twitter.com/bigdadarecords
youtube.com/user/BigaDada
soundcloud.com/ninja-tune



Press Release :
Paris Suit Yourself return with the second single from the forthcoming debut album, "My Main Shitstain." "Lost My Girl" is a full-throttle, raging monster of a tune, which makes previous single "Craig Machinsky" seem a wilting wallflower by comparison.

An exposition of all the things you can lose in life (from your girl to your soul) by being greedy and making stupid mistakes, "Lost My Girl" starts as spiked, icy punk, goes through a phase of sounding like the Shangri-Las on bad acid and ends up as a dark metal/gospel explosion of such intensity that the listener can only suspect possession.

Paris Suit Yourself are a four piece originally from Bordeaux and Arkansas who coalesced into their current form in the squat and warehouse party scene of Berlin. They make some of the fiercest, most beautiful, angry and joyful music you'll come across right now and do it without sounding like anyone but themselves.

Press for "Craig Machinsky" :
"A TRIUMPH" - Drowned In Sound
"If you can form any words other than ‘wow' during a first listen, you're not paying proper attention" - CMU Daily
"The sound of nightmare munchkin people attacking you in your sleep" - Artrocker


Biography :
A French-US collective, Paris Suit Yourself are the first "rock" band ever to be signed to Big Dada. Combining razor-edged Keith Levene-like guitar, crazed polyrhythmic drums and the free-associating lyrics of lead singer Luvinsky Atche, their sound has been honed in the clubs, squat parties and illegal warehouse happenings of Berlin. Agggressive, funny and disturbing, PSY combine the aesthetics of Public Enemy with the melodies of mid-period Bowie and the race politics of Frantz Fanon.

Luvinsky Atche - vocals
Marie Boye - bass, vocals
Victor Tricard - guitar, keys, vocals
Joe Bombastik - Drums
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