In the New Music section of this month’s Crack magazine we’ve featured Joey Fourr, the new project from ex-Tubelord frontman Joe Prendergast. As Joey Fourr, Predergast is cooking up insanely catchy no-fi indie pop anthems which he pairs with homemade, gif-heavy videos and his genuinely awesome zines.
Now Joey Fourr is releasing the Museums EP, a collection of stripped down acoustic recordings. Since it’s Valentines day, Joey’s decided to premier the emotionally raw, intimate EP with us. Here’s what he had to say about it:
“This EP is a collection of the saddest, most miserable songs I have ever written. Happy Valentines day everyone.”
We also asked Joey Fourr to designed the pull-out poster for this month’s issue of Crack. He submitted a defaced image of The Undertaker and Mankind’s monumental ‘98 Hell in Cell match, which is perfect.
Listen to a few track’s from Joey Fourr’s Museums EP and check out the video for Play With Yrself below.