We Wince At Every Hit
Ok, watched it twice and tried to see the connection between your conservative politics and love of management studies. My conclusion? Either a higher spiritual state or early dementia.
Songs are always about the sound, not the lyrics.
Athough, now that I come to think about it, the lyrics speak to the fundamental alienation of post-modern society and Pomplamoose, in their low-key artsy way, are brilliant strategists and entrepreneurs.
I suppose it does have a certain haunting je ne sais quoi. Perhaps it was your blunt and wordless presentation right after that pictoral gobbledygook that threw me. How North American of you. Imagine what our friends at The Dabbler would have done. There would have been a whole essay on how it links to a favourite childhood lullaby, a recommendation of the best premium whiskey to sip while listening to it and an erudite, appropriately defiant assertion that William Blake was the inspiration for the lyrics.
Music for folks who have gotten bored with music.
Hmmmm. I couldn't actually understand any of the lyrics, so it had to be about the sound for me. I tend to like things with bit more texture to their sound, such as Ghost Love Score.
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