Supertentacles’ new single thinks back on the seventeenth century way of life

Not long ago, Milwaukee based multi-instrumentalist/maker Supertentacles appeared his full self-titled EP. A blend of outside the box, pop-shake and test, the collection pulled from unforeseen styles and new procedures out of Sean Anderson’s standard wheelhouse.

Progressing from the nature of his string foundation, the new moniker digs into his (relatively) freshly discovered love of generation and adopts a synth-substantial strategy.

“The Last of the Salamander Kings” is the same. While on expanded excursion in Europe, Sean Anderson was propelled by the way of life of the rich and well known of the past. With his notable environment and motivation, the most recent single was a mix of accounts of the past and hints of the present.

“The verses come from an excursion we took in the Loire Valley to see a lot of old Chateaus,” Anderson clarifies. “They were these insane strongholds that French sovereignty utilized as country estates and to host parties. There’s a reoccurring image at all these estates of a delegated lizard, which King Francis I received as their sigil.

Likewise, they actually got halted at the passageway of one of the estates since I had a crossbow in my knapsack. It just shoots wine plugs however.”

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