Introduced to our pages with January 2013’s reader-approved farmtownsong, Connecticut buzzmaker Dom McLemmon makes his long-awaited return to the Booth with a brand new promotional single. Lyrically, King Motherf*cker is as abrasive as the title implies—at least, it starts off that way. After a haughty, defiant kiss-off to the music industry, he takes a bong rip and drifts off into a blunted series of metaphysical ruminations. Russell Boring contributes some ethereal outro and backing vocals, joining Dom over his own pensive, slow-rolling production. Romil provides additional instrumental support. This record isn’t attached to a larger set but, as always, fans can keep it locked for the latest.
Written by richard on 07/3/14
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