Shares video for “The Curse”
Debut self-titled album out now
via Moshi Moshi Records
Doomshakalaka (aka Paul Rafferty, former vocalist and bassist for Liverpool indie rock band Hot Club De Paris) has shared a new video for ‘The Curse’, taken from his self-titled debut album, out now on limited edition clear LP, CD and digital via Moshi Moshi Records.
Written and recorded over a 10 year period, Doomshakalaka reveals a glistening collection of indie pearls exploring memory, nostalgia and loss.
Paul says of the track: “People and places become entrenched in our psyche as we grow older. We’re products of our experiences, whether they’re good or bad, worthwhile or a waste of time. Letting go can be the same as embracing the things you’ve been resisting your whole life. I don’t know if it’s specifically about a friend, a relationship, a place or all the above, but it’s a thank you to everything that’s happened up to now, for better or for worse.”
Stream/order the album:
One Last Saturday Night
I’ll Kill You, Motherfucker
This Is War (And I’m So Bored)
The Lost Homework of Isabella Perez
The Fate of the Hero Montage