Teen Suicide's 2016 album, "It's The Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir The Honeypot" is also, according to the band, their final record. Recorded over 14 months with a Robert Altman-sized group of collaborators and performers, it's both a skeleton key for the band's earlier work and a great corrective addition to it. Updating rather than refuting all of the past themes and styles of their revered first LP "I Will Be My Own Hell Because There Is A Devil Inside My Body" and numerous EPs, "It's The Big Joyous Celebration, Let's Stir The Honeypot" shifts between punk, noise, country, house and a myriad of other electric dance genres to create something as messy, sprawling and captivating as its mouthful of a title. Spread over 26 tracks, there is plenty that Teen Suicide's swansong has to say for itself in the band's distinct, captivating and refreshingly enjoyable voice. Vinyl version includes digital download and 10-page comic book.