Thematically both songs revolve around community. Voices Of One is built around the idea of the individual being stronger with a community versus being lost in a community. This is an example of what the band means with interpretive impressionistic variationism.
Black Spade Picasso Core revisits one of the band’s classic numbers in a contemporary version. It features one of the last vocal performances by Bobbylon.
The cover feature artwork designed by the band. They also individually screenprinted every single cover. It’s a limited run of 300 copies, so grab yours today.
The single is a taster of the upcoming new album from Hallelujah Picassos, due out before the end of the year on 1:12 Records.