|May 2021||Let’s Pretend Records||–|
|Test pressing for Drag Me by S-E-R-V-I-C-E.
The album cover Ryan Dunn was originally used for a show at State Street Pub, Indianapolis, IN, US on 4 October 2019.
07 October 2016: “Jilly working on art for the upcoming first SERVICE vinyl release. Here’s a contender.” – twitter.com/gimmeservice/
“I will be releasing the debut EP from SERVICE. no time frame yet, but it’s in the works. songs are recorded. SERVICE is jilly and matt from we are hex and russell from jon spencer blues explosion.” – https://www.facebook.com/corpseflowerrecords
21 November 2016: Postal Recording posted a photo of S-E-R-V-I-C-E “crafting a noise sculpture in the control room tonight”
11 December 2016: S-E-R-V-I-C-E posted a set of photos from the studio titled “SERVICE EP #1”.
23 February 2017: S-E-R-V-I-C-E mentioned on Instagram that music would be released Spring 2017.
10 June 2018: New tracks “Cold Light” (a.k.a. “Won’t Stop Coming”) and “Be Alright” posted on soundcloud.com.
05 August 2018: “S-E-R-V-I-C-E is M-I-X-I-N-G #gimmesomeservice #servicetheband #postpunkthenpunkagain” – @gimmesomeservice
30 August 2018: LP title and new track “Hey” posted by Magnet Magazine:
2019: Originally ‘Acid Over and Over’ was given as the album release title, then there was a 2017 EP slated for release by Corpse Flower Records and on 30 August 2018 Magnet Magazine posted a news story and new track “Hey” stating that the album was scheduled for a 2019 release”.
22 May 2021: Let’s Pretend Records and S-E-R-V-I-C-E posted the album cover and a video of the test pressing stating that the release was scheduled for Fall 2021.
Corpse Flower Records:
|Recorded at Postal Recording, 1144 S Belmont Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46221
[all other details unknown]
Vocals: Jilly Weiss
Mixed: Russell Simins and Ken Rose
Two Gurus in Drag
ARTWORK: Ryan Dunn
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