Sublimatus whore of babylon

The seeds of Simply Saucer were planted in 1972 with a group of record collectors synthesizing the sounds of the VU, Hawkwind, and Syd Barrett’s Pink Floyd. After stripping down to a quartet, they began rehearsing seven nights a week (including Christmas), propelling their outerstellar overdrives with pulsating electronics. Frontman Edgar Breau’s sci-fi lyrics time-hopped between Nazi invasions and a dystopian future that both feel increasingly prophetic in 2017. Lifting off for a decade of misadventures, the band’s run-ins with biker gangs and the Toronto punk scene finally saw them crash-land at the end of the ’70s.

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