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Watch: HMLTD “Satan, Luella, and I”

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HMLTD, the socially adventures band that has caused some controversy over the way they reference queerness, are back with a new song. “Satan, Luella, and I” is a glam-rock power ballad in the vein of “Bohemian Rhapsody.” There are tempo changes, operatic backing vocals, slogans (“not every revolution starts from within”), theatric piano chords, the whole thing. The song is coupled with a strange visual: an image of a blue-haired fetus poorly rendered by a computer’s 3D imaging program. The baby swivels lifelessly over a red grid, looking more like a plastic toy than something real. It’s all very puzzling, arty, and probably pairs well with a bong rip. You can watch the video and listen to the song below.



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