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A new Crystal Castles song called “Frail” surfaced today, which was a surprise considering the duo of Alice Glass and Ethan Kath broke up last October.As Pitchfork points out, Kath included a pointed statement on the song’s Sound Cloud description confirming that Glass does not sing on the new song, later editing it down and adding a reference to the new vocalist “Edith.” The original statement is below: i wish my former vocalist the best of luck in her future endeavors.Although this is the end of the band, I hope my fans will embrace me as a solo artist in the same way they have embraced Crystal Castles. It was released on Play It Again Sam Records on July 21, 2008, despite the fact that the release was supposed to be canceled.people often gave her credit for my lyrics and that was fine, i didn’t care. My art and my self-expression in any form has always been an attempt towards sincerity, honesty, and empathy for others.
it should be rewarding for her considering she didn’t appear on Crystal Castles’ best known songs. “Not In Love,” “Vanished,” “Crimewave,” “Vietnam,” “Magic Spells,” “Knights,” “Air War,” “Leni,” “Lovers Who Uncover,” “Violent Youth,” “Reckless,” “Year of Silence,” “Intimate,” “1991,” “Good Time,” “Violent Dreams” etc.).The vocals are sampled from the track "Sex City" from Van She.According to vocalist Alice Glass, the song "is about human taxidermy, the idea of preserving the beauty of a lover the way you would an animal"."Courtship Dating" was received positively by critics, with NME describing it as "synth-pop filled up with muted screams, jerking bass and sparking circuit boards" and "the best piece of humanity-loathing cyborg pop since The Knife's Silent Shout".
The band did not want to release the song as a single and did not approve of the track listing or the artwork."Tell Me What to Swallow" beat demo was a rejected remix by a French producer, not produced by Ethan Kath, but somehow the song appeared on the release.