Le Butcherettes Announce New Album ‘bi/MENTAL’ & Share New Single + Video “father/ELOHIM”

Le Butcherettes announce the release of their fourth studio album, bi/MENTAL, on Rise Records on 1st February 2019 and also shared a live video for new song, “father/ELOHIM” filmed during the band’s headline show at Los Angeles venue The Hi-Hat in October.

The video was directed by Gus Black (Gary Clark Jr., Sheryl Crow, The Used) who also directed the group’s last video, “strong/ENOUGH”. Watch the video below.

Le Butcherettes worked on this new album with the iconic Talking Head’s member Jerry Harrison (No Doubt, Violent Femmes, KD Lang) as producer, adding a new creative environment and creating another dimension to the band’s sound. (Their first three albums were produced by Omar Rodríguez-López of At The Drive In and The Mars Volta.)

A quiet depression has been the blinders to many people we have loved, sometimes blinding us all from the light itself. Though at times it is necessary to let the darkness sit still, to resist fighting its suffocating breaths, to let its fumes pass through you, to listen and process. There is something so animal and empowering to simply just stare at the dying carcass of sadness just before digging its grave. Essentially, this record was inspired by the death of a living mother, but none of that matters any more. A disconnection in itself is so ravage, so confusing that it leaves one feeling incomplete… Is there hope? Is there light? Maybe it isn’t so black and white. In the end, there is a Duality In All. Life is a cycle, the moon, the sun, the ocean waves transcending onto sand. It will be ok”, states frontwoman, Teresa Suárez of the new album.

bi/MENTAL includes 13 tracks that represent the Guadalajara-born and El Paso-based group on its most incisive and infectious album to date, and includes additional features Dead Kennedys frontman Jello Biafra and Latina punk-rock demigod, Alice Bag and a feature by alternative pop darling, Mon Laferte from Chile.

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