And apparently, they swallow their words.
The album, inspired by the English New Wave sound of The Smiths, features whispery vocals and synths that are commonplace in modern indie-rock.
In fact, “Let Me Get What I Want” pays direct tribute to The Smith’s 1984 single, “Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want’” and features The Smiths’ very own bassist Andy Rourke, who plays on every track.
Each track in the album comes with its own accompanying video, making it an hour-long film in total.
Daddy is made up of James Franco and instrumentalist Tim O’Keefe. Last year, they signed a worldwide deal with the largest independent music publisher in the world.
This isn’t the first of James Franco’s non-acting related ventures. He has also written a book about Lana Del Ray.
Check out one of our favorite tracks off the album, alongside its rather confusing video below:
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