First video online for "Just Chirp on Ego ", from the upcoming $OUND OF MON€¥ album called "More? Why Not!"

More? Why not!

An anagrammatic exorcism of the 60's

Hey, Music Lovers!

Ever gotten tired of your 60’s records?
And maybe also of all the re-masterings, re-workings, re-creations, re-packagings, re-editings and re-samplings?
But still craving for more – because, let’s face it, it was the last decade when we Western kids could lead ourselves to believe the world would become a brand new and better place to be?

TH€ $OUND OF MON€¥ are taking new approach:
We left the music. Let those wonderful corpses rest in their coffins. Instead, we merely took the titles of 12 of our favourite 60’s albums as their DNA – and gave the letters a good shake!
Out came a batch of 12 new titles for new songs. We wrote those songs, recorded them, and are gathering them now on the forthcoming album “MORE? WHY NOT! – AN ANAGRAMMATIC EXORCISM OF THE 60s”. And a cover to match: It’s a visual anagram of the original record covers, as well as a tribute to one of the seminal 60’s record artworks, Robert Crumb’s “Cheap Thrills” (Big Brother & the Holding Company).

So everybody’s most beloved pop era can start afresh!
(Just as the band does – if you care to take a look at the members’ biographies.)

And we will all be beautiful again.