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Belle & Sebastian 'The Cat with the Cream'
Everybody's making plans for tomorrow The sun could turn to sand but I just Ought to take you back in time I'll draw the line And I would write a different story A new final act I don't need the drama but I would never write you out. Everyone's a thread we're woven together Pleated in to tears and fraying edges Read the book of you The book of me We're fading in to memory But something is left A gesture a phrase or a photograph To open with.
Bandleader Stuart Murdoch says most of the ideas came to him quickly after reading the book and Bird also had a voice in the song selection, so the paring of sound and vision should be a good match. We've sent an email with instructions to create a new password. Your existing password has not been changed. Subscribe to NEWS newsletters. You have activated your account, please feel free to browse our exclusive contests, videos and content.
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Belle and Sebastian week continues. Today, the band walk us through their ninth album, Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance , ahead of its release on January 19th. Although sometimes it only takes a short time to write some songs down, you are often pouring years worth of suffering and love and experience into one short concentrated piece.
Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance is the ninth studio album by Scottish indie pop band Belle and Sebastian , released on 19 January Allen III. It was their first record to be distributed worldwide by Matador Records. On review aggregator website Metacritic , the album maintains a score of 76 out of based on reviews from 36 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Belle and Sebastian. Pitchfork Media.