Pink appeared on the Fox News TV show to discuss the fallout from his attendance at Donald Trump’s “Stop the Steal” rally last week.
Pink’s attempts to file a restraining order against his former girlfriend and bandmate, Charlotte Ercoli Coe, were rejected.
Mexican Summer has decided to end its “working relationship” with Pink going forward.
John Maus also attended the protest-turned-insurrection in support of Trump.
Pink Stuff features five remixed songs off Royal Trux’s White Stuff.
The Strokes rocker specifically says Ariel Pink should be more famous, and will some day be “one of the best-remembered artists of this generation.”
A preview of their debut full-length, Zionic Mud, arriving in April.
The experimental psych outfit will also be hitting the road this summer for a string of North American dates.
After a fairly sluggish summer, September came out swinging.
Panda Bear, Eagles of Death Metal, UMO, Hope Sandoval, Thurston Moore Group, and more.
Plus, Pink’s lined up a North American fall tour in support.
Aphex Twin, Björk, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Run the Jewels, and John Carpenter lead the impressive, diverse bill.