Black Flag

Album: Welcome Back To Milk (2015)
  • This is the first song released by English singer-songwriter Beth Jeans Houghton under her new moniker of Du Blonde. The track was produced by Jim Sclavunos of Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Grinderman. He has also worked with The Jim Jones Revue and The Horrors.
  • Speaking about her change of name, Houghton said: "This is a new sound, a new project. Du Blonde is a new incarnation and one step closer to assuming my ultimate form. Having freed myself from the rusty and bloody shackles of Beth Jeans Houghton – both musically and spiritually – I felt it only right to step forth under a new name and let the rituals commence."

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