Music lovers around the world are stunnned and amazed at the events that have unfolded in the past twenty four hours.
Riding high on the commercial success of his second single theme song, not to mention the runaway popularity of his first single “Hot soup girl”, Davey Dreamnation has fuelled speculation of a third single by releasing artwork for the single’s cover, over the Internet.
“I can’t think of a better way to spend Christmas,” muttered the unobtrusive entertainer’s obviously jet-lagged Esperanto interpreter and spokewoman this morning via a satellite hook-up from Stockholm, “listening to some really organic music, in front of some sort of gas heating appliance, while the world ends outside in a geyser. Smashing.”
The so-called third single “Last night betty” has surfaced again to haunt the dogmatic chanteuse, who continues to wow the continent on his bar-storming south-west coast tour.
Rumour has it that Dreamnation’s persistent flirtations with the occult have driven him into a form of dream-hypnosis, in which he believes himself to be the reincarnation of a future Bruce Springsteen, who was unavailable for comment today.
Elsewhere, in a move uncannily similar to an almost identical act that occurred only two days ago (involving, by the way, exactly the same participants and circumstances), Davey Dreamnation has further upped the ante on his critics by releasing artwork not just for his next (as yet, non-existent) single but his debut album as well, opting to name the forthcoming masterpiece The Rise and Fall of Davey Dreamnation.
“Well, the motivation for all of this was seeing the new web site of his good friend, Chris de Burgh. I think that pretty much tipped Davey over the edge,” his bleary-eyed publicist and Esperanto translator confirmed late last night, from a vidoe-phone hook-up in transit at one of Tokyo’s airports.