Hear a new song from The Jesus Lizard, “Alexis Feels Sick”

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The Jesus Lizard recently announced the details of their first new album in more than two decades, Rack, which is out September 13 via Ipecac. Today they’ve shared another song from the album, “Alexis Feels Sick,” which you can check out below via its video, created by David Yow.

The title of the song is a reference to Alexis Fleisig of Soulside and Girls Against Boys, and his take on modern life. Yow said in a statement, The ‘Alexis Feels Sick’ video is a disgusting and comically impressionistic portrait of American Late Stage Capitalism… with some doggies.” Duane Denison adds that it’s a “study in greed, gluttony, and… dogs.”

Check out our photo gallery of The Jesus Lizard’s recent performance in Garden Grove, California.

The Jesus Lizard tour dates:

September 7 Raleigh, NC Hopscotch Music Festival
September 26 Cincinnati, OH Bogart’s
September 28 Chicago, IL Warm Love Cool Dreams
October 13 Las Vegas, NV Best Friends Forever Music Festival
October 31 Dallas, TX Longhorn Ballroom
November 1 Austin, TX Levitation / The Far Out Lounge
December 9 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
December 11 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Steel
December 12 Boston, MA Roadrunner
December 13 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
December 14 Washington, DC Black Cat
December 15 Washington, DC Black Cat
December 18 Atlanta, GA Variety Playhouse
January 7 Glasgow, UK QMU
January 8 Manchester, UK Academy 2
January 9 Leeds, UK Brudenell Social Club
January 10 Bristol, UK The Fleece
January 11 London, UK Electric Ballroom
January 12 Brighton, UK Concorde 2
January 14 Belfast, UK The Limelight
January 15 Dublin, IE Button Factory
January 16 Dublin, IE Button Factory
May 2 Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern
May 3 Los Angeles, CA The Fonda Theatre
May 5 San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
May 8 Portland, OR Revolution Hall
May 10 Seattle, WA Neptune Theatre
May 11 Seattle, WA Neptune Theatre

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