David Lynch Lines Up
Film extraordinaire to release full-length album

Last year, when legendary film maker, meditational guru, and coffee bean brewer David Lynch signed onto Rob Da Bank's label Sunday Best to release his first musical single, fans of the artist didn't flinch.  Known for his surrealist works such as Elephant ManBlue Velvet and Mulholland Drive, this 13-time Academy-Award nominated producer is no stranger to sound.  Along with composing the themes for many of his movies, Lynch debuted his singing talent, providing vocals for two tracks in his most recent film, Inland Empire.

With bluesy, guitar-scapes influenced by the likes of Elvis and Sparklehorse, Lynch's dreamy, strange and hauntingly beautiful musical productions parallel his surrealist vision as an artist.  Such adjectives have proven to be excellently adaptable to electronic music.  The two singles Lynch released early this year, "Good Day Today" and "I Know," were remixed by electronic music icons Sasha and Underworld and drawn the attention of Coldplay, Bassment Jaxx, and Boy Noize.

Now, Lynch is slated to release a full-length album entitled "Crazy Clown Town" on November 8, 2011.  

Put on your Sunday best, maybe the clowns won't get you.  This time.