Check Out The Vinyl-Making Process For Preteen Zenith's Debut Album and Hear a New Song, Too.
We've been waiting on the debut album from Tim DeLaughter's latest project, Preteen Zenith, for what seems like forever now. It has been, after all, nine months since the band, fronted by the Polyphonic Spree and Tripping Daisy mastermind, made its live debut last July at the Granada Theater for Gorilla Vs. Bear Fest.
But the wait is almost over: On Saturday, April 21, on Record Store Day at the DeLaughter-owned Good Records, Preteen Zenith's debut release, called Rubble Guts & BB Eye will be released as a limited edition vinyl package — a full month before the album sees its wider-spread, CD format release comes out on May 29.
To build anticipation for this release — which, like the Flaming Lips' Record Store release, was pressed at Dallas' A+R Records and in a similar multi-color format — Good Records co-owner Chris Penn filmed a little behind-the-scenes look at how to press such a product.
As an added bonus, the video comes scored by a previously unreleased Preteen Zenith track called “Relief.”
Check the video out below.