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Hear Lee Bozeman's Velvet Punk Homily 'The Majesty Of The Flesh'

Luxury's Lee Bozeman has always been something of a romantic and a provocateur, which becomes all the more curious once you learn that he is an Orthodox priest.
Lee Bozeman's The Majesty Of The Flesh comes out July 14. Source: Courtesy of the artist

Lee Bozeman's always been something of a romantic and a provocateur — taunting ("Fame is lust to be loved / And fortune: to live off the fat of the land"), teasing ("Make you gasp / Make your heart skip a beat") and often both at once, with some

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