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Musically, “Sing Along” finds Simpson crunching his roots rock in the teeth of alternative electronica. It’s a heavier sound even for a guy who’s known for turning things up a notch, and an intense match for the accompanying visual. Directed by Jumpei Mizusaki (Batman: Ninja), the segment of Sound & Fury the movie focuses on a streetcar-driving samurai trying to disrupt the shipment of some precious commodity to the elite of a post-apocalyptic city. When the autocrats turn their weapons on the hero, a twist reveals who’s really fighting for the oppressed.
Watch the video for Sturgill Simpson’s “Sing Along” below.
Sound & Fury the album and film will be simultaneously released on September 27th. With character design from Afro Samurai creator Takashi Okazaki, the visual aspect features direction from Masaru Matsumoto (Starship Troopers: Traitors of Mars), Michael Arias (The Animatrix), Henry Thurlow and Arthell Isom of D’Art Shtajio, and Koji Morimoto (Akira).
Find the tracklist and artwork for the LP, coming from Elektra Records, below.
Sound & Fury Artwork:
Sound & Fury Tracklist:
02. Remember To Breathe
03. Sing Along
04. A Good Look
05. Make Art Not Friends
06. Best Clockmaker On Mars
07. All Said And Done
08. Last Man Standing
09. Mercury In Retrograde
10. Fastest Horse in Town
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