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pays his taxes and the whales exhale!
Mysterious lyrics for a song about fiscal policy in Chicago in the 1920s.
Never mind prohibition, here's the Westerwaves!
Produced and mixed by the great Paula Lomeli.
video released September 24, 2020
THE DIVINE CUP
by The Westerwaves
liner notes by Slavoj Žižek
"With The Divine Cup, The Westerwaves have created one of the most important pieces of art
of the 21st century. The album is a conceptual work that acts at the same time as an instrument of
social critique and as a transcendental element
of catharsis, in particular if you tend to like goats more than you should."
10 amazing tunes about the taliban, terror boyz,
Khomeini, Philip VII, Pierre Curie, the legendary
bootleg recording of
"Nobody cares about my Baby" and much more!
The Westerwaves | Nov 15, 2012
Friday was a party, and what a party it was!
Stay healthy, eat butter and see you in the next show!
The Coco Chanel Was A Punk Tour (2021)
starts on November 12. JOIN! JUMP! BRING YOUR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT PETS!
A gig full of surprises, political statements, celebrations of friendship, folk tunes
and intellectual degrowth.
Just for you and for your emotional support hamster. Don't miss it!
@ the COCO Bar!
† Gerard Westerwave (bass)
When you least expect it, The Westerwaves kickstart the second wave of pestilence!
Bat Soup Swinger Party
The hardest working band in the penguin-punk scene release a mini-EP with three new tunes to short-circuit your neuronal networks.
A song about ordering bat soup while in a swinger party, another song about how neoliberals tend to wear hats and an amazing live recording of a Westerwaves classic, all for you to enjoy in Spotify, Bandcamp, or wherever you shoot your Westerwaves junk! Stay unsafe!
* * * * * BREAKING NEWS * * * * *
Easter Monday, another day of miraculous events!
You are probably amazed about The Westerwaves’
incredible productivity in the confinement weeks,
but you did not know what was expecting you today
A BRAND NEW ALBUM BY THE WESTERWAVES!
And it’s called
Apart from the songs about pyramids, tennis lessons and fiscal policy in Chicago that you already know, the album is full of jewels, including the first ever studio recording of the Socio-Ecological Transition Blues and songs about the ageing process of Asian women (Naoko), religious leaders in flames (The Pope Is Burning), the prediction abilities of our drummer (Forekasta), ordering pizza (Washington DC), Lithuanian apples as a challenge to agricultural commodity prices in the Balcans (Serbian Apple Whole O’Cost), figging (Ginger Girls) and modern philosophy (As Schopenhauer Said), as well as a power ballad for the lovers out there (Satanic Boyfriend). On top of that, new mixes of That Was Bowling and Lyrical Arsenal by Paula Lomeli.
Sit down, relax and enjoy the ride!
released April 13, 2020