And we’ll run away for life…
Revisiting some Feist albums…
it’s a good day. Let it die is a great album.
“The tan line on your finger says it all
I’m the evening entertainment
You Big Lie”
D.I.D. (Dog is Dead)
“And it’s been a real hard year, but I’ve been a good boy.
And you’ve been a real tough cookie. You’ve been a killjoy.
And it’ll be a white christmas, but baby i’m white noise to you”
I’m little late at posting this, but here’s a christmas song by one of my favorite bands, D.I.D. (Dog is Dead). They also released another called Heavy Clouds which you can hear on Spotify. https://player.spotify.com/album/5P2pTtSszoMlpevLZIYTnF
D.I.D. (f.k.a. Dog is Dead) is amazingly consistent at creating indie rock songs with catchy hooks and melodies. The fact their a five piece band where often all the members (who all have great voices) join in on singing and harmonizing the choruses is amazing in itself. It’s always made them stand out amongst the many British indie rock bands to me.
They deliver another catchy song with their new single, Fast Food, which isn’t actually about fast food of course.
The song seems to be reflecting on a relationship that’s going nowhere. They’re just fooling around, and it’s not getting serious which seems to be problem.
The chorus goes along the lines of….
“All we do is eat fast food.
All we do is fool around
What we do means nothing…
…And if i let you down,
I can keep up head up.”
It’s undeniably catchy and has me looking forward to new music from them. If you’re a fan of indie rock that isn’t too dark and has a bit of pop to it, You should check them out. They’re one of my favorite bands.
I’ve really been enjoying the album, Picture You Staring, from the band TOPS. The band’s music fits into indie pop/rock genre. The album is filled with songs with moving and often upbeat guitar melodies which I love. The singer, Jane Penny, provides vocals which are soft and dreamy. Picture You Staring is a very enjoyable album with groovy melodies.
Watch the music video for their single, Way To Be Loved.