“Silently I step up with a subversive subtext, trying to feed the need for more than just remedial subjects. I place my faith in the belief that the general public, will open up to more than just an industry puppet” – dan le sac vs Scroobius Pip from “Waiting For The Beat To Kick In”
With over 8 million views of their videos on Youtube, two U.K. chart-topping smash singles (“Thou Shalt Always Kill,” “Beat That My Heart Skipped”) and stellar performances in the U.S. earlier this year at Coachella and SXSW already under their belts, Britain’s hottest export–the duo of DAN LE SAC VS. SCROOBIUS PIP-have announced they have inked a deal with Sage Francis’ Strange Famous Records!
In constant contention with perceived wisdom and at issue with the sanctity of pop-culture’s sacred cows, dan le sac Vs Scroobius Pip have become the new faces of ‘outsider pop.’ Visually they defy any prefab industry model, their towering structures of Casio-enthused electro-hip-pop are alien to the conventions of radio programming, and their lyrics even dare to ask questions of themselves and the listener. Yet they have become airwave and chart regulars, responsible for the salient singles, the aforementioned “Thou Shalt Always Kill,” “Beat That My Heart Skipped” and the Radiohead sampling “A Letter From God To Man,” all of which appear on their SFR debut Angles.
The Strange Famous Records release of the album will feature an EXCLUSIVE bonus track,
available only on CD & Digital versions in North America!
The digital version is available now at iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and all major digital stores!
CD packages will ship as early as possible by the end of October 2013. Actual ship date is dependent on manufacturer’s delivery to SFR.
The official US tracklisting for “Repent Replenish Repeat”:
01 Stunner (3.59)
02 Nightbus Sleepers (3.27)
03 Terminal (4.10)
04 Heroism (3.26)
05 Porter (4.56)
06 Kickstarter (EXCLUSIVE SFR BONUS TRACK)
07 Gold Teeth (3.23) [feat Flux Pavilion]
08 Entity (3.22)
09 Stiff Upper Lip (3.23) [feat Itch]
10 You Will See Me (5.34)