King Khan And The Shrines announce debut album

By | Published on Friday 31 May 2013

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Berlin-based garage psych nonet King Khan And The Shrines have revealed details of what’s to be their first sacrifice on the long-playing altar (aka new LP) in six years. Its name, aptly given the gap since 2007’s ‘What Is!?’, is ‘Idle No More’, and it’ll be released via Merge on 3 Sep.

“The Shrines was my pirate ship and we sailed many a turbulent sea, spreading our music ‘like peanut butter’ all over the world. We celebrated our cult ‘underground’ status and became the kings we are through word of mouth and by making an ‘aural eyegasm’ that has often been called the ‘wildest show on earth'”, prattles King-Bama Lama Khan, adding that the new disc is the band’s most “refined” to date. Time will tell.

Meanwhile, King Khan and co’s 2012 track ‘Bite My Tongue’ will have to do: