I Quite Like It When He Sings

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    Side A: Controlling the Sea - Due to Adverse Weather Conditions All of My Heroes Have Surrendered - Everything That is Difficult Will Come to an End
    Side B: I Quite Like It When He Sings - Kings of Foxgloves

    Side C: When the Boat Comes Inside Your House - Driving Under the Influence of Loneliness - To Live for Longer Slides
    Side B: The Moongoose Analogue

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I’m calling for volunteers to climb the mountain
Must have experience of the war

Must be able to write in the journals that I keep
Much better than those who went before

Must have experience of the good times
So we understand just what the bad times are for

Must be armed with fear and firm convictions
Unless your conviction is you’re not entirely sure

I will dedicate a sea to my contradictions
After all the empty years they’ve washed ashore

But what of the overflow?
Warm roads that my debris closed

Scripts late of mothballed shows
Stray hopes left with no way home

I, who must detain them all
when days scrape, I can hear them call

You, as you’d dress for her
The sweet scent that would lead you there
Soft lines only she could know
As you shine in her afterglow

I, who would hold everything
Hold me, I am your broken king
Let go, and I fear the height
That’s why I must climb at night

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from The Machine That Made Us, released June 16, 2017

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Created in 2001 and found in the wine country of Bordeaux, France, Talitres houses an eccentric roster of wordly indie musicians from Britain, France, Scandinavia, Australia, Canada, and the US.

The label has been known for releasing the music of bands like The Walkmen, The National or The Organ and more recently for the acclaimed debut albums of Ewert & The Two Dragons & Motorama.
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