Blonde Redhead releases “More Coda” for ‘Rick & Morty’

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“We accentuated the drama and emotion to match the euphoria of the scene,” said Kazu Makino.

The acclaimed band Blonde Redhead He has launched “More Coda”a reinterpretation of his iconic song “For the Damaged Coda” 2000, created exclusively for the series Rick & Morty. The version, recorded in New York, intensifies the drama and emotion to complement the euphoria of the scene in which it is presented, according to Kazu Makino.

The original song, part of the album Melody of Certain Damaged Lemonshas experienced a renaissance thanks to its inclusion in the animated series, further cementing the position of Blonde Redhead in popular culture. The band, which this year released its first album in almost a decade, Sit Down for Dinner, demonstrates its ability to reinvent itself and stay relevant.

Accompanying this surprising launch, Blonde Redhead has announced an exciting North American tour in 2024, following performances in Europe. From Brooklyn to London, the tour promises to take fans on a musical journey that encompasses both the band’s classics and new creations. This tour, marked by collaboration with Rick & Mortyhighlights the ability of Blonde Redhead to connect with new generations and its lasting impact on the music scene.

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