»While there’s still a war to win / My red dream is everything«
»The trouble with pop music is that it’s a medium looked upon as being un-worthwhile, it’s just something that appeals to your emotions, it’s not expected to appeal to your intelligence. But it is a medium that can do, that’s what we’re saying, and it’s a shame that the people that are intelligent within the pop industry don’t use their intelligence at all except for making interesting verses which basically carries no messages at all.«
Don’t have Spotify? Go listen at 12K: http://www.12k.com/index.php/site/releases/our_house_is_on_the_wall/
So seemingly simple on something so essential.
There’s always something more under the surface, if you care/dare to look.
Our own experiences becomes the narrative engine in the story. We »adjectivify« those simple lines and brings the song into our own deep.
Or it just might pass us by.
Rangsit Bureau of Music making a fine cover of the Popsicle song Please Don’t Ask.
Me and Charlie from Bears has made a song called Singing Pines under the name The Grave Lobby.
The idea to do something together came up a long time ago, but wasn’t realized until we signed up for a collaboration project at EardrumsPop. It’s called Between Two Waves. Our song is on The Second Wave, volume B.
At the moment we’re celebrating summer, but we’d like to do some more TGL songs. So, if you like the song, you might want to keep an eye on these places: