It’s been a minute since we’ve heard from Martha, however at the moment they’re again with information of a restricted 7″ launch due out in a month. It comes with a brand new track referred to as “Please Don’t Take Me Again,” and a b-side that includes a canopy of Allo Darlin’s “My Coronary heart Is A Drummer.” At the moment, we get to listen to “Please Don’t Take Me Again.”
A press launch describes the track as “refusing to let rose-tinted glasses distort your visions of the previous.” “The previous was completely horrible,” the band mentioned in an announcement. “Don’t get us fallacious, the current can also be completely horrible, however that nearly immediately turns into the previous anyway, so we will rapidly file it underneath ‘the previous.’ The actually excellent news is that the long run seems to have been completely cancelled by the loathsome politicians, oligarchs and CEOs hell bent on destroying the planet and all life on it, so we in all probability received’t need to put up with this rubbish for for much longer anyway. Please don’t take me again.”
As for the quilt of “My Coronary heart Is A Drummer,” the band have quite a lot of historical past with that track and Allo Darlin. As they put it: “Martha performed our first London present supporting Allo Darlin in 2012 and we love them. We carried out this cowl at Indietracks (RIP) in 2019, and we additionally performed it on the piano stage at Finish Of The Highway that yr and a few skilled trying folks appeared to be filming it, however they by no means put that footage on-line, so we needed to report it for posterity.”
For now, you’ll be able to try “Please Don’t Take Me Again” and its accompanying video, directed by Sonny Malhotra.
Martha’s restricted “Please Don’t Take Me Again” 7″ is out 6/24 through Specialist Topic.