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Fuchsia

by The Goths

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Fuchsia dates from when The Goths formed in 1987 and is based on Lady Fuchsia Groan, a fictional character in Mervyn Peake's novels 'Titus Groan' and 'Gormenghast'. The character was also the subject of The Cure song, The Drowning Man, which is about her death and mentions her by name. Cool funky bass and beautifully crafted overall.

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a fuchsia
wildflower
a no-sunflower
she’s got me
in her power
a fuchsia
white spider
one to crawl
a right insider
she’s my
night fire
hey fuchsia
let’s frolic
don’t you be so
melancholic
or alveoli
ventrolic
as you fall
to your
watery
death

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released February 27, 2019
words by Percy Blakeney & Johnny Stowmarries
music by Johnny Stowmarries
Fuchsia features Percy Blakeney on vocals

recorded, mixed and produced by James North
Recorded at James North Productions in Brisbane
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The Goths Brisbane, Australia

The Goths are a goth duo from Brisbane, formed in 1987, featuring singer-songwriters Johnny Stowmarries (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Percy Blakeney (vocals, bass).
Beginning in the 80s, with solid longstanding nocturnal residencies at The Bohemian, gigs in the 90s included Bertie's & Metropolis, The Sitting Duck, and The Dead Rat. The Goths were also one of the first performing acts at The Zoo.
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