I recognize that it’s probably too soon to say for sure, but any Scissor Sisters album that’s produced by Stuart Price (the man responsible for two of my favorite glitter bombs, Madonna’s Confessions on a Dance Floor and The Killers’ Day & Age) is pretty much guaranteed to put a limp in your wrist and a swish in your swagger. But what about the Scissor Sisters album produced by Stuart Price with a Robert Mapplethorpe photo for its cover?
Or the Scissor Sisters album produced by Stuart Price with a Robert Mapplethorpe photo for its cover and a first released song called “Invisible Light,” which is six glorious minutes of bedazzled post-disco bliss that includes a monologue by none other than Sir Ian McKellan?
Like I said, it’s probably too soon to say for sure, but I’m pretty sure this album’s going to be the most fabulously flamboyant thing since the mayor of Gaytown went on a strict diet of faggots and gay cake. Even the straightest of straight dudes will probably be squealing over this album once they get all that dick out of their mouth, and five bucks says Sue Sylvester already approves. Seriously, Night Work looks like it’s got its gay claws on in a FIERCE, BITCH! sort of way, so let’s hope that the best is yet to…cum? (BOO, SO SORRY!)
Night Work will be out June 29th, which gives you plenty of time to work on your gag reflex.
And three sassy snaps in a z formation and a “WERK IT!” to Stereogum for this most excellent news.