Ecca Vandal is set to release her self-titled debut LP on October 20th.
The rising Melbourne rap-rocker first introduced the album in July with the explosive lead single "Broke Days, Party Nights". More recently, she has shared "Future Heroine", a prominently more pop-skewed track, which Vandal says documents the "death of a relationship," adding that, in the song's surreal clip she plays "the role of the persistent voice in my lovers head, from two very opposing perspectives."
Ahead of the release of Ecca Vandal next month, Rolling Stone has been given exclusive access into her own diary-entry photos from the recording sessions at her home studio where, with band member Kidnot, she recorded and produced the majority of the record. Alongside which, Vandal also shares insights into the some of the album's tracks, which are set to feature guest spots from Dennis Lyxen of Refused, Letlive's Jason Aalon Butler, rapper Sampa the Great and left-field pop-star Darwin Deez.
All captions by Ecca Vandal.
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