LA Priest shares new video for "Rubber Sky"

LA Priest shares new video for "Rubber Sky"

With the new album GENE out this Friday, June 5, 2020LA Priest has just shared the video for new track “Rubber Sky”. The new track is a slice of cosmic-laden funk from LA Priest which reflects on his solitary approach to creating music, acting somewhat aptly as a “loner anthem”. “Rubber Sky” also sees GENE, the custom built drum machine, coming to life, being used to its full potential.

Self-filmed at home in The Shed during the UK lockdown the video for “Rubber Sky” is an eye-opening look into the psychedelic world of LA Priest. Seeing him perform alongside a giant replica of the GENE drum machine, LA Priest takes us behind the curtain of The Shed where he builds his machines, writes and performs live streamed events.


To celebrate the album release, LA Priest will be performing a “Live From The Shed” livestream via Veeps this Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 12pm PT/3pm ET/8pm UK. Along with the hits, LA Priest will be playing GENE in full. Upcoming LA Priest dates below; tickets can be found www.earthwindow.org.

06-13 - "Live From The Shed" livestream
09-30 - La Maroquinerie, Paris
10-01 - Le Grand Mix, Tourcoing, France
10-02 - Rotonde, Brussels, Belgium
10-08 - Headrow House, Leeds, UK
10-09 - Broadcast, Glasgow, UK
10-10 - YES, Manchester, UK
10-12 - Exchange, Bristol, UK
10-13 - Green Door Store, Brighton, UK
10-15 - Oval Space, London, UK
10-17 - The Grand Social, Dublin, Ireland
10-28 - Urban Spree, Berlin, Germany
10-30 - 10-31 - London Calling Festival, Amsterdam, Netherlands
11-14 - Baby’s Alright, New York, US
11-15 - Empty Bottle, Chicago, US
11-17 - Barboza, Seattle, US

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LA Priest GENE

Album | 5th June 2020

Arriving four years after the iconoclast variously known as Sam Dust, LA PRIEST and L.A. Priest thrilled the world with the cosmic pop of his debut album Inji, GENE is named after a brand new modular drum machine Sam dreamt up and built alone. Working in isolation for more than two years, soldering iron in hand, Sam designed GENE using 150 electrical circuits he made up himself. 

Tracklisting

  • 1Beginning
  • 2Rubber Sky
  • 3What Moves
  • 4Peace Lily
  • 5Open My Eyes
  • 6Sudden Thing
  • 7Monochrome
  • 8What Do You See
  • 9Kissing of the Weeds
  • 10Black Smoke
  • 11Ain't No Love Affair (Vinyl Edit)

LA Priest GENE

Album | 5th June 2020

Arriving four years after the iconoclast variously known as Sam Dust, LA PRIEST and L.A. Priest thrilled the world with the cosmic pop of his debut album Inji, GENE is named after a brand new modular drum machine Sam dreamt up and built alone. Working in isolation for more than two years, soldering iron in hand, Sam designed GENE using 150 electrical circuits he made up himself. 

Tracklisting

  • 1Beginning
  • 2Rubber Sky
  • 3What Moves
  • 4Peace Lily
  • 5Open My Eyes
  • 6Sudden Thing
  • 7Monochrome
  • 8What Do You See
  • 9Kissing of the Weeds
  • 10Black Smoke
  • 11Ain't No Love Affair (Vinyl Edit)
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