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Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats is back after six years with a brand new record Nell’ Ora Blu due out May 10. The album is a tribute to the bloody Italian Giallo film scene, and even features spoken word interludes by Edwige Fenech and Franco Nero.

“I know something like this might have limited appeal, but who cares?” said band masterind Kevin Starrs. “Most of what we do has a limited appeal anyway! It’s just a real mix of different styles that I like. There are no singles or ‘hits’. Instead, it all just flows along one thing into the next. You can think of it like blood seeping from a wound. It’s continuous. By the end of it, you’re left exhausted. It’s hard work for the listener. We don’t do easy listening!”

Pre-orders and a single from Nell’ Ora Blu are expected soon. On the album itself, Starrs continued: “It’s a tribute to 70s Italian cinema. It’s a story about people who decide to take the law into their own hands. Things get pretty dark straight away and of course, it doesn’t end well for anyone. It has elements of grimy poliziotteschi (Italian crime/action films) and classic Giallo (Italian cinema’s revered horror/sexploitation movement).

“Once I decided to do everything in Italian, I made a list of actors that I wanted. Franco Nero and Edwige Fenech were the first names I thought of. Two legends that had never been paired together before. I contacted their agents and both actors were interested in the idea, so we set it up from there.”

UNCLE ACID & THE DEADBEATS Announces First Record In Six Years, Nell' Ora Blu

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