Said The Whale — “I Love You”
Following the announcement of their forthcoming EP ‘I Love You’ and drop of the title track’s charging lyric video and free download -which premiered worldwide on Consequence of Sound, Vancouver’s Said The Whale announce a US tour. Hitting the road June 4th through to July 18th, the award winning quintet will be previewing new material from their soon to be released EP, the band will be playing headline shows as well as dates with Desert Noises and Parson Red Heads. Said The Whale’s ‘I Love You’ EP is set for release June 18th (via Hidden Pony/Caroline) with a full length due out in the fall. Full tour dates and video below. See dates here.
A mashup I created using the Imagine Dragons song “Radioactive” and the Daft Punk song “Harder Better Faster”. Follow me at DeclanTumbles.tumblr.com for more mashups.
That’s What’s Up | Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
You be the book, I’ll be the binding
You be the words, I’ll be the rhyming
Relating to your lyrics, your song titles. I want to say they’re all places. But what is “Holocene”?
Justin: Yeah, yeah. Holocene. Holocene is a bar in Portland, Ore., but it’s also the name of a geologic era, an epoch if you will. It’s a good example of how all the songs are all meant to come together as this idea that places are times and people are places and times are… people? [Laughs.] They can all be different and the same at the same time. Most of our lives feel like these epochs. That’s kind of what that song’s about. “Once I knew I was not magnificent.” Our lives feel like these epochs, but really we are dust in the wind. But I think there’s a significance in that insignificance that I was trying to look at in that song.