Poppy has just released a graphic novel called ‘Damnation: Poppy’s Inferno’, written by Poppy herself alongside writer and illustrator Ryan Cady.
To get an idea of what it’s all about, you can read the book’s description below.
“You might think you know Poppy, but what if you were only just scratching the surface? What if you could learn more about Poppy at the same time that she learns about herself? Following the story of Poppy’s Inferno, In between two worlds, both of which work to traumatize the unsuspecting into traumatizing others, Poppy finds herself in both literal and figurative Hellscapes, She must walk the thin line between doing what she must to gain her freedom and staying true to her own identity and beliefs. In Poppy’s Inferno our hero must fight against all that try to change her, not allowing anyone to determine how she thinks, feels or hurts, all the while trying to outwit the demons that surround her every step of the way.”
Alongside the graphic novel she’s also released an accompanying soundtrack album called ‘Music To Scream To’, which is also out today through Sumerian Records.
Written, recorded, and produced solely by Poppy, it follows a similar naming convention to that of her other ambient releases, 2016’s ‘3:36 (Music To Sleep To)’ and 2019’s ‘I C U (Music To Read To)’.
You can check out the cover artwork and track listing for the album below.