It’s been a while since we’ve checked in with Breakfast At Sulimay’s. In this spin-off shot at the Barbary, Ann dresses like a hippie and has a discussion with Alan Palomo, aka “Neon Indians,” aka Iron Butterfly. They talk briefly about NI’s beginnings, VEGA, Ghost Hustler, and the meaning of Psychic Chasms. It’s nowhere nearly as in-depth as Joe’s monologue with Fiery Furnaces. Ann seems to be taking her medication, though: Beyond an initial comment about wanting to eat Alan alive, she’s the most mellow I’ve ever seen her. After the discussion, watch the band do “Deadbeat Summer.”

Here they are in a less awkward mode:

Psychic Chasms is out via Lefse.

Comments (9)
  1. Dustin  |   Posted on Dec 2nd, 2009 0

    A woman I dislike interviewing an guy that bores me. I’m prepared to reply to this comment with a “then why did you comment?” myself, because I haven’t a clue. What am I doing here?!

    Oh right, bitching.

  2. Peppermint Minnie Skirt  |   Posted on Dec 2nd, 2009 0

    Jive Talkin is one of the best crafted singles ever…That’s a fact not an opinion…The Griz Bear remix shows such potetial…

    • Karng  |   Posted on Dec 2nd, 2009 0

      You, sir, should listen to some more singles? You’re ostensibly saying it’s one of the best songs ever and it’s simply not. Potential != Already Great, yall.

    • Marko  |   Posted on Dec 3rd, 2009 0

      Jive Talkin: So misunderstood.

  3. It was nice to see the album cover come alive there at the end.

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