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Andrew Hung’s musical path continues to be paved by strange and wondrous markers. His first work of significance came with Fuck Buttons, a technicolour kraut noise two-piece of which he was a founder. They released three behemoth albums that were met with universal critical acclaim. Their music was featured in the opening sequence of the Olympics in London 2012, they went on to headline Glastonbury’s Park stage and toured the world non-stop. Hung went on to produce Beth Orton’s Kidsticks album with which he co-wrote and co-produced the astonishing work. The album was critically acclaimed as a glorious return of Orton’s form. Around this time Hung began a relationship with Director Jim Hosking, working on his debut film “The Greasy Strangler”. Hung’s soundtrack was proclaimed a triumph, sync’ing seamlessly into Hosking’s deranged world. This relationship developed and Hung continues to work with Hosking creating his otherworldly universes; their latest film “An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn” continues to win plaudits. Hung has recently begun a foray into his own solo work. Incorporating all the worlds he’s been part of, his music celebrates the joyous relationships we don’t control. Realisationship was released on Lex Records followed closely by it’s sister album Realisationship instrumentals, the album is the latest marker showcasing Hung’s astral musical path, one in which he continues to push for the outer limits of both his inner and outer space.