Ting Mong is the sixth full-length album of new material from Cambodian/American band Dengue Fever, and their first album in more than eight years. In Khmer folklore, a Ting Mong is a decoy or mannequin, similar to a scarecrow, used to fight away evil spirits and plagues.
Available in vinyl, CD, and digital formats from the band’s own Tuk Tuk Records, the new album artwork is from Japanese artist Imiri Sakabashira and features nine new tracks. The band recorded the album after a hiatus followed by a global pandemic, which allowed them to flesh out tracks which presented themselves as slower psychedelic jams.
Touch Me Not
Macho Purple Sunset
Great On Paper
Prahok In My Suitcase
Late Checkout At The Cedarwood Inn
Over The Handlebars
Wake Me Up Slowly