The album retains the signature groove and feel of Lindberg’s band Warpaint, but also incorporates elements of new wave and goth that differentiates it and gives it its own unique sound.
On the album Lindberg is backed by Norm Block (Plexi, Mark Lanegan), Dan Elkan (Them Hills, Broken Bells) and Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa, with extra input from musicians including Tony Bevilacqua, Kris Byerly, Katie Burden.
Warpaint are still releasing music and are slated to play festivals in the near future, but Lindberg has been able to work on both projects. “During the making of [Warpaint’s second album], I started writing songs for what would be my solo record,” she says. “After we were through touring [for the album], we had a huge chunk of time so I started demo-ing in my home studio.”
“What was supposed to be ten days [recording] turned into two and a half months – we were having too much fun!” says Lindberg.
“I wanted it to sound raw and elemental. The record reminds me of my youth.”
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