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Honus Honus shares new song “The Stripper Has No Navel” — listen

Another weirdo taste of the Man Man frontman's Use Your Delusion solo LP

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    Three years on since his experimental rock outfit Man Man went on hiatus, madcap frontman Honus Honus (aka Ryan Kattner) is set to release his first-ever solo album. Dubbed Use Your Delusion, the album was announced alongside lead single “Oh No!” last month. Today, Honus Honus has shared another sample of the LP’s genre-defying experimentation with “The Stripper Has No Navel”.

    “True love and the afterlife/ Two sirens you might never find/ So why waste your time/ Chasing a fantasy?” Honus and his chorus of electronic backup singers question on the track’s hook. Horns and punchy piano give the impression of neon signs indicating good times lining a city street, but the lyrics and electronic haunt of the whole thing makes it seem those signs are cracked and flickering, and it’s raining out. Take a listen below.

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