Pelvis Wrestley revels in the joy of life’s only constant: Change.
Nothing lasts forever. That may strike some as an unfortunate or ominous statement, but not in this case. The new album by Pelvis Wrestley, ANDY, or: The Four Horsegirls of the Apocalypse, embraces the pivotal role of impermanence as it gives way to releasing expectations and indulging in imperfection. Songwriter/vocalist Jammy Violet‘s conceptual mythos presents to us the nebulous godlike figure simply known as Andy, though less of an entity and more of a symbol of moving toward one’s true self – abandoning societal constructs that restrict, suffocate, and attempt to block any change.
Perhaps this is the ultimate Valentine. Pelvis Wrestley’s album release party happens to be A Very Austere Valentines Ball happening tomorrow night, Wednesday Feb. 14, at Cheer Up Charlie’s on Red River, with Como Las Movies and Con Davison on the bill. Doors at 8 p.m., and the evening features a Club Cherub Night Market. Fantastic and fantastical.