Release Date: Oct 6, 2017
Record label: Lex Records
Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock
Realisationship also sees Hung depart from his usual collaborative methods and push through with his own ideas. Apart from writing and self producing the album, in a career first, he also sings on each of its nine tracks. It's a move that in turn sees him embrace traditional songcraft, and it wouldn’t be rude to also describe Realisationship as being the poppiest thing he's ever done.
Take just a few seconds listening to the rolling drums and buoyant bass lines on opening track ‘Say What You Want’, and you’ll already begin to understand that this is a distinctly different beast to anything Andrew Hung has produced before. While his Fuck Buttons bandmate Benjamin John Power is currently busy foretelling the apocalypse as Blanck Mass, Andrew’s solo work to date has similarly tread in the realms of the electronic, including his ‘Rave Cave’ EPs, characterised by their 8-bit bleeps literally mined straight from a Nintendo GameBoy, and the soundtrack for last year’s comedy-horror flick ‘The Greasy Strangler’. Now, he’s taken a divergent path..