Lawrence of cult bands Felt and Denim is back with a new album and a new moniker, Mozart Estate. (It's a slight variation of Go-Kart Mozart, which he used for the last two decades, most recently on 2017's Mozart's Mini-Mart.) The album is titled Pop-Up! Ker-Ching! And The Possibilities Of Modern Shopping, and will be out January 27 via Cherry Red.
The album includes newly recorded versions of previously released songs -- "Record Store Day" and "Relative Poverty," which is the album's first single. "Relative Poverty" is bleakly funny, autobiographical, deceptively chipper, and maddeningly catchy. It also comes with a video directed by former Jesus & Mary Chain bassist Douglas Hart and Valerie Phillips. You can watch that below.