Synthhead

David Lynch Releases New Song Ahead of Planned Album

by William Carl Ferleman

9 December 2010

David Lynch's newly released single track, "Good Day Today".
 

David Lynch, the cult director of surrealist and incisive films such as Eraserhead, Lost Highway, Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive, and, alas, Inland Empire, has released a synth-heavy song, “Good Day Today”. Furthermore, if you’ve seen any of his demanding films, you will, no doubt, notice the profound importance of sound and music present in them. Lynch is also set to release an album, and this song is apparently its first single. It’s not a strange world.

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