Unbunny, or as he’s known to his friends, Jarid del Deo, just released his fifth full-length album, Moon Food. As always, the album is dark and moody but sprinkled with sarcasm and the biting sense of humor of the Unbunny front man. The songs “Young Men are Easy Prey,” and “Run Like a Girl,” are perfect examples of his dry wit.
Sad and lovely, Unbunny’s Neil Young-esque voice coos through the album that, like all of his musical efforts, is the ideal soundtrack to any break-up. Unbunny practically makes his listener want to be melancholy, because sometimes it’s just a prettier way to be.
Upcoming tour dates:
18 May: Enterprise – London UK
19 May: New Adelphi – Hull UK
21 May: Orange Blossom Fest – Beverungen DE
22 May: Manufaktur – Schorndorf DE
23 May: Südstadt – München DE
24 May: Hedi/Label WG Sommer Sause – Hamburg DE
25 May: Grüner Jäger – Hamburg DE
26 May: Weltruf – Kiel DE
27 May: Deutsches Theater – Berlin DE
28 May: Hafen 2 – Offenbach DE
29 May: Motoki – Köln DE
“Casserole,” from 2004’s Snow Tires: