One sided clear lathe cut in an edition of 20 copies. The second side still has the white protective adhesive. You can choose to keep it on and pretend it's white vinyl, or you can peel slowly and see it turn into a clear vinyl record - it's up to you!
Includes unlimited streaming of A Ballerina in Focus
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Track 1 is from the forthcoming album Scorpions Bought Me Breakfast
Other tracks aren't
"Dedicated Honey Radar fans, rejoice. (We know you're out there.) Philadelphia's most exciting underground bedroom project by the mysterious Jason Henn has put out a three-song release called A Ballerina In Focus and it's pushing all the right memorializing buttons after Lou Reed's death. There are the staple hints of Guided By Voices, as well as the Honey Radar signature unpredictable track length or song structure, but there is also something more Velvet Underground on these tracks than ever before. Henn, who claims to not see the VU reference, appears to be moving ever closer to that jangly, washed over sound that immediately puts you in a trance. Comparisons aside, Honey Radar's releases are never dull, and we look forward to seeing the track "A Ballerina In Focus" on the forthcoming Honey Radar full-length, Scorpions Bought Me Breakfast."