This morning, Fergus & Geronimo's 7-inch for "Tell It (In My Ear)" was made available for pre-order from London-based blog/record label Transparent. But if you want to secure yourself a copy, you'd better start reaching for your credit card because Transparent is only having 300 copies of the vinyl single pressed.
The cover art for the 7-inch features a comic book-style peek into the daily lives of both Andrew Savage and Jason Kelly in "Denton, TX, USA." Savage provided the art work for the single, as he does for many Teenage Cool Kids' releases, but how closely does the cover art mirror Fergus & Geronimo's daily lives?
"All factual," Savage answers via text this afternoon. So, if we're to believe that the cover art is a predictive indicator of the pair's day, then, right about now, Savage should be fielding phone calls about cover art.
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