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Available on limited edition translucent gold vinyl and very limited vinyl-style CD. "The Young Ones' Flaming Lips meet Jacques Brel in a pean to lost youth, 'Comme dans un Reve' Dream bossa chanson a la Gainsbourg/ Birkin. 'Dreams' is the second of the final trilogy of albums by critical darlings The Real Tuesday Weld following last year's acclaimed noir-themed 'Blood'. This collection references late sixties songwriting a la Lee Hazlewood, Jimmy Webb and Burt Bacharach with nods to Flaming Lips and Tin Pan Alley, all mixed up with hazy lo-fi electronica, ghostly atmospherics and cinematic instrumentals. Guest vocalists A Girl Called Eddy, Sephine Llo and Oriana Curls provide a counterpoint to main man Stephen Coates' Gainsbourg-like crooning. Continuing the band's long preoccupation with dreams, the songs were written in the early morning or late evening on 'either side' of sleep: 'I'd rise super early and go straight to it with the emotion of the night's imaginings still heavy on me or work in that strange space-time just before sleep claims us". The album is sequenced in an approximation of a life, from youth to age, with the band's perennial focus on London, love, the English landscape and time passing. 'Bone Dreams Blood' in particular is a sonic memorial to friends loved and lost in the life of London.
Available on limited edition translucent gold vinyl and very limited vinyl-style CD. "The Young Ones' Flaming Lips meet Jacques Brel in a pean to lost youth, 'Comme dans un Reve' Dream bossa chanson a la Gainsbourg/ Birkin. 'Dreams' is the second of the final trilogy of albums by critical darlings The Real Tuesday Weld following last year's acclaimed noir-themed 'Blood'. This collection references late sixties songwriting a la Lee Hazlewood, Jimmy Webb and Burt Bacharach with nods to Flaming Lips and Tin Pan Alley, all mixed up with hazy lo-fi electronica, ghostly atmospherics and cinematic instrumentals. Guest vocalists A Girl Called Eddy, Sephine Llo and Oriana Curls provide a counterpoint to main man Stephen Coates' Gainsbourg-like crooning. Continuing the band's long preoccupation with dreams, the songs were written in the early morning or late evening on 'either side' of sleep: 'I'd rise super early and go straight to it with the emotion of the night's imaginings still heavy on me or work in that strange space-time just before sleep claims us". The album is sequenced in an approximation of a life, from youth to age, with the band's perennial focus on London, love, the English landscape and time passing. 'Bone Dreams Blood' in particular is a sonic memorial to friends loved and lost in the life of London.
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Dreams
Artist: The Real Tuesday Weld
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. The Young Ones
2. Kinky Love
3. Bone Dreams Blood
4. I Awoke to Find I Was Dreaming
5. Ever After
6. Lost Endeavour
7. Curtain Call
8. Comme Dans Un Reve
9. Bodhisattva of the Gulag
10. Everything
11. Last Light

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Available on limited edition translucent gold vinyl and very limited vinyl-style CD. "The Young Ones' Flaming Lips meet Jacques Brel in a pean to lost youth, 'Comme dans un Reve' Dream bossa chanson a la Gainsbourg/ Birkin. 'Dreams' is the second of the final trilogy of albums by critical darlings The Real Tuesday Weld following last year's acclaimed noir-themed 'Blood'. This collection references late sixties songwriting a la Lee Hazlewood, Jimmy Webb and Burt Bacharach with nods to Flaming Lips and Tin Pan Alley, all mixed up with hazy lo-fi electronica, ghostly atmospherics and cinematic instrumentals. Guest vocalists A Girl Called Eddy, Sephine Llo and Oriana Curls provide a counterpoint to main man Stephen Coates' Gainsbourg-like crooning. Continuing the band's long preoccupation with dreams, the songs were written in the early morning or late evening on 'either side' of sleep: 'I'd rise super early and go straight to it with the emotion of the night's imaginings still heavy on me or work in that strange space-time just before sleep claims us". The album is sequenced in an approximation of a life, from youth to age, with the band's perennial focus on London, love, the English landscape and time passing. 'Bone Dreams Blood' in particular is a sonic memorial to friends loved and lost in the life of London.
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