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Famous Last Words


  1. Do You Trust Me?
  2. A Spark
  3. Loosin’
  4. Steptronic
  6. Pineapple Juice
  7. I Wanna Go Home
  8. Actin’ Up
  9. Sarah Connor
  10. Do You Remember What It Was Like?
  11. Marilyn
  12. Aghast 6
  13. Boys Will Be Boys
  14. Venom
  15. Traction Control
  16. The Ants
  17. Matte Grey Wrap
  18. Pat Earrings
  19. Before This
  20. Jane
  21. Sugar Free
  22. Access Denied
  23. Skydive


Famous Last Words

XL Recordings
  • black 2lp

    Released: 27th Oct 2023

  • cd

    Released: 27th Oct 2023


The man in the mask has been dropping grime and neon-caked hip-hop heaters for the past decade, now he's finally gifting us with the debut album we've desperately sought - if you haven't cranked 'Pat Earrings' yet, sort it out! 'Famous Last Words' is as much a sci-fi film as it is a rap record, a labyrinth of vice, crime and faded glamour.

The listener steps through a portal into a realm narrated by CASISDEAD, whose command of storytelling drops you right into the underground of a city where he is the main character in a shady network of gangsters, girls and drug deals. However, 'Famous Last Words' isn’t a story of bravado or posturing; much of the album deals in themes of loss, regret and paranoia, a persona constantly self-reflecting amongst the madness that surrounds him. The album features a carefully curated roll call of collaborators including Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant, Desire, and Connie Constance. The vocalists are immersed in CASISDEAD’s hallmark 80’s-inspired synthpop soundscapes, aided and abetted by a production cast that includes Stranger Things composer Kyle Dixon and ‘Italian’s Do It Better’ label founder Johnny Jewel.