Shinkoyo has joined forces with Ghostly International for the release of “Git”, Matt Mehlan’s latest record under his Skeletons moniker. After two records as a solo act, Skeletons now has a full backing band, The Girl-Faced Boys. Mehlan and company mesh impeccable hooks with dark world-beat funk, gorgeous-but-creepy balladeer intonations, and grotesque moments of noise that forge cohesion from discord. The result of a truly collaborative effort, “Git” is a remarkable collection of distinctive kaleidoscopic pop. Escaping all easy categorizations, the album covers much new ground for genre cross-fertilizing with its singular soul, and serves as an eccentric older brother to Skeletons’ previous albums, Life And The Afterbirth and I’m At The Top Of The World. The world of Skeletons & The Girl-Faced Boys has thus far been an esoteric one, but the brilliance of “Git” offers a solid and irresistible step forward into a new realm for Ghostly International and for avant-pop altogether.

About Skeletons

As a co-founding member of Shinkoyo records, Ohio-bred/Brooklyn-based Matt Mehlan retains that label’s core ideals of collaboration, experimentation, and unpredictability with his Skeletons ...check out Skeletons's page and other releases

  • Ghostly International
  • GI-46
  • formats:
  • CD/LP/Digital
  • release date:
  • June 18, 2005
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1See the way
3We won't be proud, no no no
4 There's a fly in your soup, and I put it there
5Y'all thinks it's soo easy
6There are seagulls who live in parking lots
7You'da been better off
8 While we were at the movies
9Do you feel any better?
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