Arts & Culture

Amanda Palmer’s New Single Wacks Bush

Amanda Palmer, perhaps best known for Dresden Dolls days (and also for being married to Neil Gaiman), wants you to pay whatever for her newest single. Read More

By / January 5, 2011

Amanda Palmer, perhaps best known for Dresden Dolls days (and also for being married to Neil Gaiman), firmly delivered the goods with her first solo album and then delved deeply into the realms of the weird with this year’s, Evelyn Evelyn.

Her new single, “Map of Tasmania” is a disco jam about pubic hair.  Need we say more?  If you’re interested in hearing it, she’s offering the song to you for whatever price you’d like to pay.

What a deal!