New Limited Edition Art & Lyric book
from the legend Peter Murphy
released 31st July
AVAILABLE TO PREORDER NOW
Exclusive to the Flood Gallery
The Flood Gallery is proud to announce a new official Peter Murphy deluxe art and lyric book; “the line between the devil’s teeth and that which cannot be repeat”.
This unparalleled document of Peter Murphy’s work, is limited to just 600 copies; each copy individually numbered and signed by Peter Murphy.
“the line between the devil’s teeth and that which cannot be repeat” is an epic tome that for the first time ever collects all of Peter Murphy’s lyrics from 1980 and Bauhaus’ groundbreaking debut album ‘In the Flat Field’ to Peter’s tenth acclaimed solo album ‘Lion’ in 2014. Lyrics from ‘The Bela Session”, which was recorded in 1979 but not released until 2018, are also included.
“Lyric writing is a dive into the never-ending internal depth of your sea of being. You’re writing to, from, and for your fellow beings and Earth friends” - Peter Murphy.
With an introduction by Peter Murphy, the book also features personal hand-written journal entries and previously unpublished paintings and illustrations by Peter. Amazing photography is included throughout, including rare and unseen pictures from lens legends Fin Costello, Paul Cox, E Gabriel Edvy, Kevin Haskins, Rob Sheridan and Justin Thomas, producing a true visual feast.
DELUXE EDITION - £75
- A 288 page oversized Deluxe Hardback edition
- Housed in a slipcase with gold foil design
- Numbered and signed edition of 600
- Comes with an exclusive gicl ée print painted by Peter Murphy.
HARDBACK EDITION - £45
- A 288 page oversized Hardback edition of 400
- Unsigned and not numbered
Peter’s spellbinding voice and the lush romanticism and depth of his lyrical style continue to enthral his fans old and new alike, creating a richly woven tapestry that perfectly balances meaning, melody and rhyme. This is a must-have for all fans of Peter Murphy, Bauhaus and Dali’s Car.
The book is released on 31st July and is available to pre-order exclusively now from the Flood Gallery.