Amanda Palmer bares it all without fear on her new album There Will Be No Intermission available here on Aubergine Colored Vinyl, Black Vinyl and CD.
Amanda says this is the most personal and painfully vulnerable album she has ever made and her songwriting has climbed up a few notches. This is the most honest record she has ever written, and was fueled by everything that was going on around her to dig deeper, try harder, and be less afraid. Included on There Will Be No Intermission are some songs that have been longtime live favorites, like Amanda’s cover of Dillie Keane’s “Look Mummy, No Hands,” as well as more recent releases like a tribute to Judy Blume on her 80th birthday. Other songs tackle abortion, cancer, motherhood, and politics. Amanda has shared a new song, “Drowning in the Sound,” which you can listen to below. Its chorus pays tribute to Prince and Ani DiFranco, two of Amanda’s musical idols.
LP - Standard Black Vinyl. Includes a 12” print.
CD - Includes 11 prints instead of a booklet.
LP+ - Pink Vinyl Ten Bands Once Cause version for Breast Cancer Awareness and Gilda's Club NYC.