Little more than a year since the release of Vampire Hours, The Humms have returned with new music, the lone Golden Bears seemingly plucked from what appears to be their third album, Pelzer Fuck Club, still under production.
“Out of the gate, Golden Bears thrills as a taster, infectious, weird and groovy. It throws down excitement and wonder at the thought of what lays within The Pelzer Fuck Club.”
– Ian MacPherson, The Go-Go Radio Magic Show CJLO 1690 AM
We spoke with producer Skud Harris about issues with recording, coaching, and at times, refereeing.
“First, let me say that I’m proud to be working with The Humms” admits Skud.
“But the label brought me aboard to maintain a certain level of structure.”
“Organization can be challenging for a band that’s only ever self-produced & for that reason, we haven’t had the warmest of winters between myself & the band.”
“Their last album, Vampire Hours, was a (mostly) controlled mess, tracked throughout the dead of night & I think in more ways than one, they’ve managed to pick up where they left off.”
Sources close to the Skud & co. say the camp spirit remains hopeful to see the band release P.F.C. later in 2022.
“If hell don’t freeze over” uttered Skud, stabbing out a cigarette.
Watch out for The Humms – Pelzer Fuck Club (2022) on Gypsy Farm Records.
The Humms are an American experimental music group from Athens, Georgia formed in 2008 by Zeke Sayer. They have released music internationally on Bachelor, Odd Box, & Gypsy Farm.