In the new Gillian Waldo-direct music video for “This Thirst,” delirium sets in as Ed Schrader and bassist Devlin Rice work the graveyard shift at a ’50s diner. It’s a bit like if Big Al from Happy Days did a bunch of drugs after the kids went home. “Who is stationed in the guest house?” Schrader sings with the eyes of a lunatic. “Switched your lock and sold the key.”
“This Thirst” and “Berliner” are the first glimpses of Nightclub Daydreaming. The fourth album by art-punk duo Ed Schrader’s Music Beat arrives March 25 via Carpark Records and it offers answers to questions nobody has ever thought to ask.
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