Filthy Projectors Examine NYC in ‘Overlord’ Movie

Adhering to the release of their dwell-in-studio report, Sing The Melody, and 10 months immediately after Lamp Lit Prose, Soiled Projectors are back with new music.

“Overlord” is the latest from the Brooklyn band and puts the band’s semi-new vocalist Maia Friedman at the middle of the online video. Even though discovering some of the new architecture New York City has to offer now, you see Friedman, along with other customers of the band, pondering the existing town about them.

“Tongue-in-cheek ode to surveillance capitalism? Critique of our primal confusion of charisma for true leadership? Cautionary tale about blind religion in technological innovation? Anti-fascist manifesto? Who is familiar with, but “Overlord” feels like a “Both Sides Now” for our brave new Amazon Primary globe,” a press launch explained the track.

Apart from exploring additional rootsy and acoustic sounds, the band’s lineup capabilities the members that core Projectors member Dave Longstreth, who also directed the movie, put together in the course of the Lamp Lit Prose tour in 2018 and 2019. Friedman not only handles the lead vocals but also performs guitar and co-wrote the lyrics on this music with Longstreth. Nat Baldwin plays upright bass. In the meantime, Mike Johnson is the band’s drummer and, Mauro Refosco performs congas. Felicia Douglass and Kristin Slipp provide on the additional vocals.

Soiled Projectors will also be enjoying a specific general performance-in-the-spherical at Thalia Hall in Chicago on March 27. You can discover tickets in this article.