Margot & The Nuclear So and So's Set New Release
Margot & The Nuclear So and So's will perform a New Year's Eve show at Deluxe at Amber Room in Indianapolis, IN.
A limited edition (500 hand-numbered copies) 7-inch single of Prozac Rock, which includes non-album track B-side "Fingertips", will be available exclusively at the show.
The majority of the copies will be printed in standard black vinyl, while 50 will be white and less than 10 will be multi-colored.
Beginning January 1st, any remaining copies will be available first to fans who contributed to the album's PledgeMusic campaign for one week before a wider release via the band's website. The Prozac Rock single will also be available digitally beginning January 3rd.
Singer/songwriter Richard Edwards wrote Rot Gut, Domestic over 26 days in Pismo Beach, CA last spring. Plagued by chronic stomach pain, he'd headed to Pismo Beach - which had become a somewhat mythical place for the band, a respite of calm and healing where they'd somehow always been drawn - following the last days of the band's touring around Buzzard. The album was conceived as the second installment of the band's 'panic pop' trilogy, Edwards composing a new set of songs about Midwestern fringe characters set to his skewed version of the pop music on which he was raised. Upon returning to his current hometown of Chicago, IL, Edwards and the rest of the band headed into Electrical Audio studio with producer/engineer John Congleton (St. Vincent, Bill Callahan, The Walkmen). The Nukes churned out these 12 resounding tracks over 10 days in July before Congleton returned to his Dallas, TX studio to mix the album.