Malaysian indie rock band LUST have introduced a vinyl launch for his or her 2019 album debut, ‘Tekesima’. The 12-track effort will likely be pressed onto a restricted run of 300 black vinyl copies.
The band introduced its arrival with a mock-up of the vinyl file yesterday (Aug 4). “It’s virtually right here,” they wrote, with an image of a freshly-pressed copy posted by file retailer Teenage Head Information. The band revealed that the official launch date for the ‘Tekesima’ vinyl is September 18, with copies out there for pre-order through the file retailer here.
200 copies will likely be made out there by Teenage Head Information, with the remaining 100 to be offered by the band themselves in September.
‘Tekesima’ was first launched in 2019. The album’s title is a play on the Malay phrase terkesima, “which suggests to be shocked, by an object or incident that immediately tugs at your consideration,” the band wrote upon the album’s launch. Hearken to ‘Tekesima’ under.
In NME’s assessment of LUST’s follow-up EP ‘Vantablack’, Azzief Khaliq discovered ‘Tekesima’ to be “a assured, catchy, and intelligently crafted set of songs that cemented their place as a band to take critically.”
‘Tekesima’ acquired the remix remedy in 2020 with the discharge of ‘Re: Tekesima’, which featured album tracks reworked by producers Fauxe, Digital Angel, OJ Legislation, amongst others.
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