Funny, I just posted a story about David Lynch and the video for The Real Tuesday Weld‘s Tear Us Apart has some very Lynch-esque visuals. Directed by Alex de Campi (check out some of her other music videos here), the video is a creepy love story done with stop motion puppets. She states: ”I wanted to refer tangentially to the book [Ed. note: Glen Duncan's The Last Werewolf], however, so I started off with the moon, and the idea of a love triangle — and of a wolf and a doe. Out of that, and out of what the noises in the song suggested to me, came the absurdist love story in the film.”
I can’t tell you how much I love The Real Tuesday Weld‘s The Last Werewolf: A Soundtrack. It’s one of those albums that I keep coming back to, putting on, and just leaving so it can play from beginning to end. Which is why I love that BD Music scored an exclusive three-part podcast conducted by Ben Eshmade of Fairy Tales & Monsters on Arctic Circle Radio with author Glen Duncan and Stephen Coates, frontman of The Real Tuesday Weld. I highly recommend checking out these podcasts as they are full of great horror talk and samples of many of the songs on the soundtrack.
Last week, BD Music got to exclusively premiere part 1 of 3 of a podcast conducted by Ben Eshmade of Fairy Tales & Monsters on Arctic Circle Radio. This podcast featured The Last Werewolf author Glen Duncan and Stephen Coates, the songwriter behind The Real Tuesday Weld, who put together a soundtrack for the book (album review here). Well, we’re excited to bring you part 2 of 3 today! Check it out after the jump and make sure to order your copy of The Last Werewolf!
Last week, I posted a review for The Real Tuesday Weld‘s The Last Werewolf: A Soundtrack. The album, simply put, is stunning and is a musical journey that I cannot recommend highly enough. The album is the soundtrack to the book, The Last Werewolf, written by author Glen Duncan. Bloody-Disgusting has scored the exclusive premiere of the first of three parts in a podcast conducted by Ben Eshmade of Arctic Circle Radio under the Fairy Tales & Monsters program. The podcast is an interview between Ben and author Glen Duncan and The Real Tuesday Weld frontman Stephen Coates. Check it out after the jump!
When I first heard that The Real Tuesday Weld’s album, The Last Werewolf: A Soundtrack was the soundtrack to a book, I was slightly taken aback. I’d never really heard of a book having a soundtrack before. A movie? Of course. A video game? Duh! But a book? That seemed somewhat far-fetched for me. Listening to the album, however, cleared everything up. The question is, did it clear it up and make me want to read the book or did it fail in drumming up any interest at all. Check out after the jump for all the details!
On July 12th, author Glen Duncan will be releasing his werewolf horror novel, The Last Werewolf. On the same day, The Real Tuesday Weld will be releasing the official soundtrack to the book. Now, I’ve heard of soundtracks to movies and soundtracks to video games, but to books? Count me as one intrigued individual! Below is the trailer for the book which features two tracks from the soundtrack.