Legendary alternative rock band The Smashing Pumpkins continue to talk about their long awaited double album “CYR”, produced by Billy Corgan, revealing two new tracks; “Wyttch” and “Ramona”. The latter is accompanied by an official video clip, which we can watch below.
Historically dynamic, “Wyttch” delves into the group’s heaviest and darkest inclinations, recalling why so many subscribe to The Smashing Pumpkins’ continuous innovation and reluctance to stay the same, or be associated. to a genre where was. You can hear Wyttch here.
Ahead of the double album’s release, which takes place on Friday November 27, there’s also “Ramona,” a sweeter, synth-drenched track, accompanied by an official music video directed by Linda Strawberry and featuring founding band members Billy Corgan, James Iha, Jimmy Chamberlin and guitarist Jeff Schroeder. The video is a surreal love story inspired by Western Gothic.
The Smashing Pumpkins reveal two new tracks from their new album
Other reports than to celebrate their 25th anniversary, the group revealed exclusive details of their upcoming 33-track streak from the album “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness”, as well as “Machina”; the third in a trilogy of expansive and conceptual work in progress. They also touched on a supposed announcement of a “Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness” world tour in 2021.
Billy Corgan and Jimmy Chamberlin spoke with Daniel P Carter and answered questions from fans via a live virtual chat about the album’s anniversary last week, which you can watch here.
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