Fan Death, “Cannibal” MP3

Photographer Matt Lutton

For all you New Yorkers and people who may one day visit New York, please make your way to Brooklyn's Bedouin Tent on Atlantic Avenue between Bond and Nevins (closer to Bond). They make the most sumptuous pita you'll ever eat. They also bump major Arabic jams while you eat off wooden plates, many of which sound mysteriously similar to the tangy opening disco moments of Fan Death's "Cannibal." A Canadian duo of self-confessed Cure lovers, they've opened their door to Bollywood and balalaikas on this plucky track. They're still well within their comfort zone of goth-disco—admittedly, a strange enclosure to be comfortable in—but they make it work, brushing against the ends with soft opium strokes. Actually they're Canadian so it's probably not opium so much as whatever beer is on sale at Tim Horton's. They play Canadian disco in the donut drive-through we heard.







Download: Fan Death, "Cannibal"

Fan Death, “Cannibal” MP3