iDKHOW have released an ominous new song, Mx. Sinister
Ahead of the big day tomorrow (June 12), Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman have unveiled Mx. Sinister, a song that has been played live with the title Mr. Sinister, though the frontman has since changed that.
“Mx. Sinister is a fictional story about misguided infatuation,” explains Dallon. “The kind that can lead some to very dark places. There are countless books and films about this subject, but even when fictional, they still touch upon very real circumstances that real people actually experience.
“So for that reason, I thought it was important to leave binary pronouns out of the song’s narrative and title. Really, It’s just a song about one individual’s very unhealthy obsession with another. They could be anybody.”
Listen to Mx. Sinister below:
And catch iDKHOW at the following UK dates this summer:
27 Glasgow SWG3*
28 Reading Festival
29 Leeds Festival
31 London O2 Kentish Town Forum*
(* = with special guest Will Joseph Cook)
Ahead of next month’s Reading & Leeds, the festival have confirmed how attendees will have to “demonstrate their COVID-19 status” to gain entry.
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