Delicate Times

July 1, 2010 § Leave a comment


I can’t stand quiet places at the moment. I’m enjoying the peace of the sun and I’m enjoying interacting with all the friends I’ve made over the last year. I’m going back home in 1 week; 1 week after effectively 9 months. There, I’ve drawn you the picture on which I shall pronounce to you my affection for a song that have been listening to in recent days.

It’s from Bombay Bicycle Club‘s new album which isn’t officially out yet but which is very very specially made available on youtube as well at the bottom of this post.

The pale skinny figure of Jack Steadman projects a shiveringly honest sound that has vessels and vessels of potential to warm you up nicely. It sounds very good with his acoustic guitar and his fellow club members. This particular song, Ivy & Gold, bears a distinctly positive facial expression and a distinctly jaunty skipping pace. It’s exquisitely suitable for the summer and fires on beaches and wildly cheery youth who bear cigarettes and beers like medals*. Who even cares what they’re thinking in their heads, whether they’re trying to look like they are or not, we’re all in the same jubilance-powered boat and we’re going to be rowing around this season.

*This particular phrase has great relevance to Bombay’s HD acoustic video of Ivy & Gold on youtube, in which the recorded song is marauded by ‘friends of the band’ who promptly dance and smile around the performance. It’s definitely a very good video.

Bombay Bicycle Club – Ivy & Gold

Back from Rome, soon back home

George

I can’t stand quiet places at the moment. I’m enjoying the peace of the sun and I’m enjoying interacting with all the friends I’ve made over the last year. I’m going back home in 1 week; 1 week after effectively 9 months. There, I’ve drawn you the picture on which I shall pronounce to you my affection for a song that have been listening to in recent days.

It’s from Bombay Bicycle Club‘s new album which isn’t officially out yet but which is very very specially made available on youtube as well at the bottom of this post.

The pale skinny figure of Jack Steadman projects a shiveringly honest sound that has vessels and vessels of potential to warm you up nicely. It sounds very good with his acoustic guitar and his fellow club members. This particular song, Ivy & Gold, bears a distinctly positive facial expression and a distinctly jaunty skipping pace. It’s exquisitely suitable for the summer and fires on beaches and wildly cheery youth who bear cigarettes and beers like medals*. Who even cares what they’re thinking in their heads, whether they’re trying to look like they are or not, we’re all in the same jubilance-powered boat and we’re going to be rowing around this season.

*This particular phrase has great relevance to Bombay’s HD acoustic video of Ivy & Gold on youtube, in which the recorded song is marauded by ‘friends of the band’ who promptly dance and smile around the performance. It’s definitely a very good video.

Bombay Bicycle Club – Ivy & Gold

Back from Rome, soon back home

George

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