Cindy Lee Releases New Song “I Want You To Suffer”

Cindy Lee is the experimental-pop project from Patrick Flegel, the former lead singer of the iconic and much beloved art-noise band Women. Their (they use gender neutral pronouns) new album What’s Tonight To Eternity is out on February 14th.

Released today is the second track titled “I Want You To Suffer”. As the name suggests the song covers some intensely disturbing emotional territory but like all Flegel’s work has an undeniable undertow which draws you in only to spit you back out. 

They tell us “I Want You To Suffer is about my feelings regarding being abused and wanting severe punishment and revenge. It is also a rumination on alienation and repression in the wake of authority figures telling you that you are insane for your entire adolescence, when you are truly just reacting to what is happening to you. As you grow older, you realize that the identity and stances that have been adopted remain part of the same poisonous framework that you had been trying to escape. In the end, all that is left is the aching desire to be loved and trusted, despite a string of failures on your part.”

Click Here To Listen To “Heavy Metal”

What’s Tonight To Eternity is available for pre-order here.

What’s Tonight To Eternity Tracklist:

1. Plastic Raincoat

2. I Want You To Suffer

3. The Limit

4. What’s Tonight To Eternity

5. One Second To Toe The Line

6. Lucifer Stand

7. Speaking From Above

8. Just For Loving You I Pay The Price

9. Heavy Metal

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