The Black Queen’s debut album Fever Daydream (interview here) turned five years old last week and the band celebrated with a merch drop, including limited edition vinyl that immediately sold out. Now they have released a deluxe digital edition of the album expanded to 39 tracks with demos, alternate takes, and other gems.
Greg Puciato commented:
““Fever Daydream” was an extreme labor of love, as was everything TBQ related that came before and after its release. This was a really pivotal creation for all involved. Putting together this deluxe digital edition has also been a labor of love, and going back over everything has been really cool. Here’s the record in its entirety, along with all tracks as instrumentals, all tracks with just the isolated vocal, and a handful of early demos. 39 tracks in total. Thanks to whoever checks it all out…hope you dig the extras. Now we can get back to working on new stuff. Hang in there everyone. Can’t wait to see y’all on tour once we’re outta this. Every night gonna be a big love-fest/party haha. Laterrrrr -GP”