NEON WALTZ have released a previously unheard demo on Bandcamp and are donating all the proceeds to the provision of PPE for frontline workers.
Up for sale on a pay-what-you-want basis, the track was originally recorded in 2018 in the wake of the band’s debut album ‘Strange Hymns’. Plucked out of the archives, it has now been tidied up by Grammy-award winning producer and mixer Eduardo De La Paza and given its chance to shine.
The band said “Destined for the bottomless Neon Waltz archives, we rescued this old demo & tidied it up (thanks to our good pal Eduardo De La Paz!) so that we can give it to you on a pay-what-you-can basis.
We’ll donate all proceeds to the production of PPE for careworkers & the NHS.
Recorded at speed of writing in Lyth Arts Centre during a post-Strange Hymns writing session (circa. 2018), the lyrics are a realisation of treating your body like shite & the need to sort it out because sometimes you won’t have that choice. It was called ‘Last Ever Happy Hour’ but because everyone needs some light at the end of this dark as fuck tunnel…it’s been reborn ‘See You When It’s Happy Hour’. Keep positive.
We need the to look after the people looking after us, so delve deep into your pockets and throw some money at this. It’s for a truly essential & wonderful cause.
Purchase the track and support this good cause here.