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J.H Williams III Does Art For (Probably Terrible) Blondie Album, Video

Written by Jude Terror and Frank Miller on Thursday, April 24 2014 and posted in News with Benefits

J.H Williams III Does Art For (Probably Terrible) Blondie Album, Video

But it sure does look pretty.

Source: Bleeding Cool

J.H. Williams III did the art for the the upcoming Blondie album, Ghosts of Download, and it looks pretty cool:

Then the art was animated to make this video, which also looks cool:

Of course, none of this guarantees that a Blondie album in 2014 is going to be anything approaching listenable, and this track doesn't do anything to up the promise. I have a lot of respect for Blondie's work in the seventies and early eighties, when they were breaking new ground. Rehashing the nineties trip hop craze with autotuned vocals is not that. The hook is kind of catchy, I guess.

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