And plural. So more than one.
...and willingness to be classified as something they are not.
But I didn't want to put that in because it'd look bad.
Errr, yeah. Guess who was originally where My Vitriol are...
Oh, OK then.
It wasn't serious.
..."COME ON NOW FEEL THE ILLINOISE".
Actually got this in the post a couple of years ago. Liked it then. Appears to have disappeared off my hard drive but the sketches which came with the album are still on my wall.
At one point next to the other girl!
Just check the press release to make sure I hadn't made a type and it's definitely the 6th for London in that.
LAs vegas. Right.
Apologies, heat induced mid-afternoon daze.
Really should do my maths. E-mail I got did actually say "4th" but trusting their bad maths is no excuse.
Thanks for your input.
I always used to exclude O2 in writing the tour dates but gave that up a while ago...
Hard to believe, I know.
...ummm, when did I join Hot Chip? I don't remember that photo being taken...
..but just that it's part of the Camden Crawl. So it probably technically isn't, but effectively is.
...is the normal meaning. I think.
I don't think the review itself is overly harsh and there are a few compliments thrown around, so...
The single is out today in the UK. And the record is being released here on May 10. Yes, it's been out elsewhere earlier. And the Dinosaur Jr. stuff, well, I've been over that.
I acknowledge as much in the opening paragraph! And hence putting 'announce' in inverted commas.
"Apparently this has been floating around for a little while now - though it's the first I've heard of it. Anyway, we thought you'd like to know."
"Built To Spill appear to be the co-headliners."
First thing I did when I saw this was to search around to see any old news from this and could find little more than Jamie posting on various forums about the dates. Just thought the tour had been fairly poorly publicised so not everyone who is interested would know, like I say.
What happened with this announcement? Only got an e-mail this afternoon about it, but the information's been around (though I've not seen it on many news sites) for a week or so now, as I saw you posted on a couple of forums about it?
Not in any overall, over-arching concept of worthiness. I'd probably rather see it than plenty of other films, but y'know, I'd rather it not be made at all.
Got my lists confused.
I must've hit the whisky hard before this post, given the misplaced apostrophe.
...though I've not heard the Amateur View, so will have to give that a spin.
Not to mention totally pointless.
I am 100 per cent certain that isn't the case.
...due to associating it with the video...
...but I'll comment on it now. Totally agree. Can't believe how much I changed my mind on this record so quickly. Maybe Devil's Spoke isn't the greatest track on the record, but the rest is just standout evidence of her progression in every area, songcraft and all. Thankfully she manages to avoid all the trappings (almost) of what we see and hear in Mumford and Sons.
...no idea why the dates are so out of whack on BSP/Rough Trade's website.