Black Lips’ new album ‘Sing In A World That’s Falling Apart’ is out now

Atlanta underground cult heroes The Black Lips new LP, ‘Sing In A World That’s Falling Apart’ is out today via Fire Records & Vice Records.

Boasting an unapologetic southern-fried twang, the album marks the quintet’s most pronounced dalliance with country music yet, with a clang and harmony that is unmistakably the sound and feel of the Black Lips.

A powerhouse of angst wrapped in traditional melodies, it’s a wild rumble fusing their musical journey from garage rock, punk and psychedelia into a mind-blowing hybrid of cosmic broken country, fragmented Paisley Pop and heart-on-the-sleeve back porch reportage, all delivered with vengeance in their eyes.

“What Black Lips do so well is tease the horror out of wholesomeness and recast golden-age rock’n’roll in a strange, discomforting light” Pitchfork

Returning to their roots, Black Lips headed into Laurel Canyon’s newly reopened legendary Valentine Recording Studios recording studio, and with the help of engineer and co-producer, Nicolas Jodoin, they recorded direct to 2″ tape.

This country-rock infused gem can be enjoyed as a Standard LP, Limited Edition Red LP Die-Cut Heart and CD.

★★★★ NME 
★★★★ Mojo  
★★★★ Q  
★★★★ The Line Of Best Fit
★★★★ The Artsdesk 

“An absolute triumph” Mojo  

“Sing… comes from a place of love, if not total sincerity” Q  

“A wonderful new chapter… The world may be on fire, but at least we have Black Lips.” The Line Of Best Fit  

“Simply masters in their field” NME

“Black Lips have shown remarkable longevity” Uncut   

“Black Lips sound revitalised” Stereogum  

“Dirty, raw and distinctly alive” Paste 

“A great true modern country-garage rock record” Louder Than War