Daniel Pujol recorded PUJOL’s upcoming KISSES EP in his basement alongside his bassist, Zach Prosser, and engineering comrade, Ian McDonald. Drew Vandenberg (Deerhunter, Toro Y Moi, Of Montreal) mixed it with him in Athens, GA at Chase Park Transduction Studios. The idea for an EP was hatched by Puj following a stretch of lengthy and arduous touring during the KLUDGE campaign when he realized that the poetry and rock & roll demos he was working on independently fit together like toes and shag carpet. He had always longed for that sort of dovetail. He also knew that an EP would further satiate the frothing horde during the lull between KLUDGE and his yet untitled, unwritten, and unrecorded upcoming LP.
KISSES is eight tracks: three poems and five rock & roll songs. The EP is the second in a series of limited releases from Puj’s Bartertown Co-Op. A 12” vinyl version will hit shelves on Black Friday via Record Store Day/Think Indie Distribution. So keep the dial set to PUJOLDOTCOM.com for all PUJOL related news, and remember:
“You can’t save the world, but you can heal it—if your kisses blow one at a time.”