If only I knew: Sissy Fuss makes history by burning an effigy & ensuring a brighter future with ‘Pale Moon Melts’

, 11 March 2021

Sissy Fuss released single ‘Pale Moon Melts’ via CURL‘s Curl Compilation 2 on January 11, with a follow-up music video premiering on AQNB today. The duo, comprising composer Rudi Zygadlo and artist George Finlay Ramsay, previously dropped track ‘No Restraint‘ on Faith and Industry late last year.

The track’s sound is somewhat reflective of the eclectic and disparate approach to the CURL compilation it first came out on, with a slow motion collision of electric guitar and one vocoder solo. Moaned, heavily-filtered vocals repeat the literary cliche, “if I knew then, what I know now” over a lumbering, screwy rhythm. The accompanying video features archival footage, alongside film of the band burning an effigy of Donald Trump on Guy Fawkes Day in London, just days before the former US president’s historic loss last year.**

Sissy Fuss’s ‘Pale Moon Melts’ single was released via CURL on January 11, 2021.