[d/dn] reveals cover artwork for new album!

Yes fans, it’s merely milliseconds away – the release of Davey Dreamnation’s long-wondered-about sophomore album, Recognition of Prior Learning. “Yes, it’s not bad, I suppose,” admitted an obviously stunned Stung , “but then again anyone with Paintbox could have done a better job.” Davey has refused to either confirm or deny the authenticity of the artwork, despite releasing it himself. Sources close to the star suggest he may be seeking to test public opinion before deciding on one design. “This is patent market research,” spat Scaramouche at surpised and disappointed reporters, “and now he’s got me doing one of those freaking MBTI thingos too. I’ve had enough! Yes, two slices of ham would be fine. No mustard. Thanks.” A more helpful and enlightening explanation for the album cover’s content was provided by Davey’s old pal Quito who is being kept on life support until euthanasia laws are passed in Australia allowing his brother, Moss, to turn him off: “The image is a collage of three of Davey’s great loves: pedestrian underpasses, crayons and stencil art. The top image is a photo of the pedestrian tunnel beneath De Graves St in Melbourne; the middle image comes from Davey’s early dabbling in graphic art (an obsession that would see him featured at several major country art exhibitions in Gippsland); and the bottom image was taken in Fitzroy, somewhere. Could I please have some more morphine? I am afraid all of this talking has left me feeling quite dizzy. Nurse! Nurse! I can’t feel my legs!” A spokesperson for the hospital later denounced journalists’ attempts to get the bedridden mosquito to talk. “How dare you interrogate a sick and demented insect! Out, all of you! Okay, the llama can stay. But wipe that raspberry jam off his face, for freak’s sake!”

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