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A New Smashing Pumpkins Album CYR Arrives Today
The Smashing Pumpkins have released their highly-anticipated eleventh studio album, CYR (via Sumerian Records). A 20-track double album, produced by Billy Corgan in Chicago. He is also joined by fellow founding members Jimmy Chamberlin, James Iha, and guitarist Jeff Schroeder.
“CYR represents, at least symbolically, the makings of a dissociative life, which best as we can tell IS modern life: as presented through a variety of sources; past, present, and future.” Explains Corgan. “Where even our own story as a band is often represented as something more grotesque and glorious than we actually experienced it. Which, it should be noted, is fine. Because we’ve never fought the dream as a collective, or it’s a prickly twin (hence the snazzy title of one of our earliest records). So in CYR, you get 20 pieces of fractured ideology, neither here nor there but that’s sort of the point. To ape that which in the post-technology age is not so easily defined and pinned down, but can be shown in a lithe, restless melody”.
On Tuesday, December 1 the band will be performing their Alternative Radio hit ‘Cyr’ on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Along with speaking guests Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Earlier in the day, Billy will be appearing live on The Howard Stern Show. For more information, go to www.howardstern.com
Since August, the GRAMMY® Award-winning, alternative rock luminaries have been releasing a steady stream of content. Such as tracks, music videos, and animated episodes (from their five-part animated series IN ASHES) to wide critical acclaim. Tracks ‘Cyr,’ ‘The Color of Love,’‘ Confessions of a Dopamine Addict,’ ‘Wrath,’ ‘Anno Satana,’ ‘Birch Grove,’ ‘Wyttch,’ and ‘Ramona,’ alongside accompanying official music videos ‘Cyr,’ ‘Ramona.
In addition, to the most recent Charlotte Kemp-Muhl-directed ‘Wyttch. The world of CYR has seen a refreshing and welcoming embrace from The Smashing Pumpkins community of fans and critics alike.
With a world tour postponed, the band also decided to create ‘IN ASHES, instead. A five-part animated sci-fi series set to the soundtrack of select songs from CYR. Episode 4, ‘Owl Wait’ (set to the soundtrack of Wyttch) was released earlier this week. The final installment, episode 5 ‘Lost In The Dream Factory’ (set to the soundtrack of Purple blood) premieres today exclusively on Apple Music.
In other news, to commemorate its 25th year anniversary. The band revealed exclusive details on their forthcoming 33-track sequel to the Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness album, as well as Machina; the third in a trilogy of expansive and conceptual works underway.
Talks of a Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness tour?
They also teased a Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness world arena tour announcement to come in 2021. Billy Corgan and Jimmy Chamberlin spoke to Daniel P Carter and answered fan questions via a virtual live-streamed chat on the album’s anniversary. Watch below