LISTEN: Sparks Share New Track “Self-Effacing” off New LP ‘A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip’

Legendary brother duo Sparks — Ron and Russell Mael — lift the lid on their new album, A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip, (due 5/15) with the release of “Self-Effacing” in which the evergreen masters of the musical vignette show no loss of appetite for their singular sonic adventures. A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip will be available on multiple formats including CD, picture disc, and cassette.

The track-listing for A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip — which was recorded in Los Angeles — reveals that the song, Please Don’t Fuck Up My World, released in December, also features on this new album.

A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip tracklisting:

01                  All That

02                  I’m Toast

03                 Lawnmower

04                  Sainthood Is Not In Your Future

05                  Pacific Standard Time

06                 Stravinsky’s Only Hit

07                  Left Out In The Cold

08                  Self-Effacing

09                  One For The Ages

10                  Onomato Pia

11                  iPhone

12                  The Existential Threat

13                  Nothing Travel Faster Than The Speed Of Light

14                  Please Don’t Fuck Up My World

2020 will also see Sparks and their band embarking on a short run of dates in October 2020, before an extended world tour in 2021. Also due to be released are the Sparks-written musical feature film Annette, starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard and directed by Leos Carax (Holy Motors), and the currently-untitled Sparks documentary directed by Edgar Wright (Baby Driver, Spaced).

October 2020 European tour dates:

11 – Norway, Oslo, Rockefeller Music Hall

12 – Sweden, Stockholm, Cirkus

14 – Denmark, Copenhagen, The Koncerthuset

15 – Germany, Berlin, Metropol

17 – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso

18 – Belgium, Brussels, AB Flex

20 – France, Paris, Casino de Paris

21 – UK, London, Roundhouse

23 – UK, Manchester, Albert Hall

24 – UK, Glasgow, The Barrowland Ballroom

26 – UK, Belfast, Limelight Club

27 – IRE, Dublin, Vicar Street

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