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Prachatise, Czech Republic
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Dich Bar (Munly solo show)
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Bojkoviuce, Czech Republic
RELIX PREMIERES "COMMANDMENT 4":
A NEW VIDEO FROM DENVER'S SLIM CESSNA'S AUTO CLUB
FULL ALBUM, THE COMMANDMENTS ACCORDING TO SCAC, TO BE RELEASED ON SCACUNINCORPORATED ON SEPTEMBER 2ND IN THE STATES & GLITTERHOUSE IN EUROPE
Denver, CO: We are elated and proud to announce today's exclusive video premiere of "Commandment 4" from Slim Cessna's Auto Club with our good friends at RELIX.
"This is the 4th Commandment; it is probably a true story." - Munly J Munly 32nd°
"Commandment 4" is a story as old as man itself. It is a tale that is true of each and everyone of us who fear what they don't understand or mistrust, resulting in death, annihilation and ruin. Often the result is out of mere ignorance. One may learn or repeat this story again & again." - Rebecca Vera
Some thoughtful words about the song/the video from band members Munly J Munly and Rebecca Vera, but really, nothing could have prepared us for the yearning, gray, lovesick montage. The whole experience is a smoky roll through the human condition, bid along by an undeniable shanty, completely uplifting in its insistent rollick.
Don't play games. There's nothing here/hear set to go over your heads. It's a fully embraceable odyssey manifested by possibly the best thing to come out of the Mile High City since Neal Cassady: SCAC (to save us some finger sweat), have been together in one form or another, since the early nineties, the constant being Slim Cessna, who fronted the known entity, the Denver Gentlemen before their inception.
The band, now consisting of the aforementioned Munly, Vera and Slim, along with Lord Dwight Pentacost and Ian O'Dougherty of course, have been accused of being country blues, Southern gospel, something called 'gothabilly,' country gothic, alternative country, et cetera. All of these are correct... and false. You listen, decide, and get back to us.
The main point is that there is a captivatingly iconoclastic flashpoint that exists in the middle of country that has been around for nearly 25 years (see their 2012 self-released, 5 volume anniversary series) that you should be paying attention to.
And here's your next chance...
On September 2nd, SCAC will release a new album on their own SCAC UNINCORPORATED label entitled The Commandments According to SCAC. The aforementioned, now premiered video is just one of the said "commandments" (there are 10) offered on this brilliant album, rife with real poetry, substantially memorable songs, bottomless personality and profound ideas. It's more than just listening to an album- it's a transporting experience of swinging moods, heartfelt salvos and jaunty rhythms.
What a joy that most of the western world to actually get to see it live!
For more information, please visit www.slimcessnasautoclub.com