After the self-release of their debut album, The Infinite Music of French Horn Rebellion, brothers Robert and David Perlick-Molinari announce the release of a new EP on November 29th, “What I Want." There's a video for the new song too, it was shot in the South Korean capital city of Seoul during their first Asian tour and was directed by local director Youngsam. Check it below.
French Horn Rebellion has made the kickin' Golden Pony remix of the track available for download and here you go:
After the Japanese earthquake, our tour there was cut short, so we spent some extra time in South Korea, French Horn Rebellions David Perlick-Molinari tells Spinner. We wanted to do something fun there so we sought out a local director with the help of our South Korean label, Happy Robot Records, and made this video in two days with an all-Korean crew. The fact that we didnt speak each others language made the experience really amazing to me because it forced us to engage in a really healthy, mutually trusting creative relationship that then resulted in a video for ‘What I Want’ that we all really like.
The band follow recent live dates as part of CMJ, shows in Chile and Columbia and a highly successful Spring US tour with French electro pop act Yelle with the announcement of new headlining Asian dates and their first Australian shows with The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Architecture in Helsinki and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs to finish 2011 and kick off 2012!
Originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin the duo has already toured and played with acts like Hot Chip, Sleigh Bells, The Drums, Cut Copy and SebastiAn. The band has also done remixes for Empire of the Sun, MEN, Two Door Cinema Club, OMD, Sleigh Bells and even bible thumping band, Newsboys! The What I Want EP features two new songs including “I Go To Seoul,” a track written and recorded in South Korea earlier this year and a collaboration with all female Korean group, The Speakat girls.
“What I Want” EP tracklisting:
What I Want
I Go To Seoul (feat. The Speakat Girls)
What I Want (Golden Pony Remix)