Sorry For The Pentagram (SFTP) kicked off their 2008 ACID NUN TOUR with an exciting exploration into deep house and psychedelic sound. In their first single, Swimming Vision, they combined their early sardonic lyrics with the underground dance floor beats found in London and Berlin. This was the catalyst that started the evolution of the band’s sound. There’s no doubt SFTP picked up this inspiration while partying across Europe in what the tabloids described as “a carnival of music, debauchery, hedonism, and the occasional pyrotechnics while at sea.”
SFTP Branding & Design
Branding, Design, Photography, Book Design & Assembly
Sorry For The Pentagram hails from the dark, murky streets of Seattle and has created a unique sound amidst other darkwave bands. Their bond, forged out of teenage rebellion and a mutual love of Satanic graffiti, held fast through 19 years of sonic experimentation and seedy underground gigs.
In collaboration with: Henri Scribbler, Amber June Cross, Kasey Myers, David Allen Reese
SFTP 12" & Digital Singles
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