When the regretted Help Stamp Out Loneliness released their instant classic and eponymous album late 2011, Bentley Cooke and D Lucille Campbell started to write new demos for an always difficult second coming.
Michel Gondry with "Mood Indigo" isn't the only one to have found inspiration on Boris Vian's novel ''L'Ecume Des Jours'' (Froth On The Daydream), the story of a man who marries Chloe,living the hi-life dream until she develops an illness that can only be treated by surrounding her with flowers.
Vian's masterpiece is a perfect canvas for Bentley's signature Indie/Kraut and the unique androgynous dark edge of Dee's voice. This vivid and luminous tale gradually turns into disillusion and death.
In a similar way,Chloe's Lung will be the last collaboration between Cooke and Campbell; unfortunately, during a last series of european gigs, HSOL suddenly split up despite an ever growing fan base.
Foam On The Daydream presents the two versions of Chloe's Lung respectively choosen by Bentley and Dee, they come on a 7'' wrapped with a luxuriant poster illustrated by the artist Sarah Lippett.