cheery dance move therapy

December 28, 2010 § Leave a comment


Milk White White Teeth   –   Part I – The Son


This song makes me think about other faces and fairy lights. It’s like there’s a five metre square raft in the middle of a smokey room, washing about in the bass and the sparkly cymbals, mesmerising with a wash of lcd lights and their respective glints in the eyes of my fellow-aged friends. Soaking in cheeriness and the warmth of skin; the output of this song wells up inside your body – humming. It’s a theme to Milk White White Teeth’s newest album (which you can download simply by placing your social network allegiances with the band). This music makes me excited about the vagueness that is New Year’s Eve and that’s pretty special – I think it’s something to do with how it eradicates all tenseness into blinding dance moves. Bring on the 32nd of December, I’m ready for you. x

George

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