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PSYCHIC TV cover The Creation – new album ‘Alienist’ out on Angry Love / Dais Records this Friday

Alienist, out Friday, continues Psychic TV‘s fascination of reinterpreting contemporary rock classics. This time tackling “Jump Into The Fire” by the late Harry Nilsson as well as Genesis P-Orridge‘s teenage favorite “How Does It Feel To Feel” by ’60s British psychedelic rockers, The Creation. Listen / Share: “How Does It Feel” on Soundcloud

Alienist includes two original tracks: the haunting yet emotional “I’m Looking For You”; an epic, multi-layered, metaphysical exploration in the form of a conversation between Genesis and “Lucifer”, who is in hiding after his failed rebellion is over.  And “Alienist” which is a delightful fusion of dance grooves harking back to PTV’s Acid House days and the group’s current love of heavy psychedelic rock.

Listen / Share: Title Track “Alienist” on Soundcloud

Psychic TV Live Dates: 

9/16: Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg ^

9/17: Hudson, NY – Basilica SoundScape #

9/21: Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace

9/23: Montreal, QB – POP Montreal at Theatre Fairmount

9/29: Portland, OR – Star Theatre

9/30: Vancouver, BC – Venue Nightclub

10/1: Seattle, WA – Macefield Festival

12/8: Washington, D.C. – Rock & Roll Hotel

12/9: Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle

12/10: Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA

^ – Alienist Record Release Show w/ Lydia Lunch

# –  Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Edley ODowd Collaboration

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