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Moonfest Headliner A Place to Bury Strangers Remixes Grinderman

"My baby calls me the Loch Ness Monster/Two great big humps, and then I'm gone/Actually I'm the Abominable Snowman/And I guess that I loved you for too long." This could only be from the demented mind of Nick Cave, whose Grinderman 2 album is already fixing to be one of County Grind's favorites of the year. It has deliciously filthy lyrics, a wolf infiltrating the bathroom on the cover, and Cave and company at their virulent best.

Unsurprisingly, attaching A Place to Bury Strangers frontman Oliver Ackermann's sensibilities to "Worm Tamer" turns a dark, vox-heavy background into some squall-driven "-gaze" of your choosing. Spookier? Probably not. Listen below.

Grinderman - Worm Tamer (A Place to Bury Strangers remix) by MuteRecords

And the original:

A Place to Bury Strangers will headline Moonfest on October 30 in West Palm Beach. Check out the rest of the lineup here.

 7 p.m. Saturday, October 30, at Respectable Street, 518 Clematis St.,

West Palm Beach. Admission is free. VIP tickets for open bar cost $30 in

advance, $40 day of event. Click here.

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