I don't know who she is but she's right, Glasvegas are crap.
That web site doesn't seem to make too much sense but I still like it more than facebook. Hope they'll keep updating their myspace, I really don't want to sign up to any 'social networking' site anymore.
Sleepwalking reminds me of Blondie's Heart of Glass
Twitter is this - sort of social networking thingy but each post is limited to 140 characters. You may have noticed that I waffle a lot, so I really struggle with this. It's kinda fun though, even if most people on there are just selling crap. Here's me on it. The most revelatory thing on Twitter I have so far read is Maggie Philbin ( I may be the only person here who knows who she is) confessing that she doesn't like Glasvegas.
Post by manintheshadows on Jul 23, 2009 3:06:48 GMT -5
this week we are mastering a new vinyl/digi single. theres a lot of our friends involved on this one, with multiple covers and remixes accompanying the album version. we like keeping it all a mystery. but you'll love it, we promise.
Post by manintheshadows on Jul 26, 2009 10:11:45 GMT -5
The album is finished, release details are being worked out. There are a lot of people on the album contracted to other labels, and permissions need to be sought (and paid for). 00:02:59 isn't the biggest label on the planet - they are one of the nicest to do business with from a customer POV though - and these things take time and resources that don't just pop out of thin air.
Last Edit: Jul 26, 2009 10:18:38 GMT -5 by manintheshadows
Still no word on an album but they are starting some digital 45/cassingle club thingy. The first installment is up, download Boom! Boom! Boom!/Goes The Trolley and pay what you want. If someone could give them $10, 000 it would probably get the album out sooner.
New Single ‘Love You When You Leave’ on One Little Indian, 28th June
My Jerusalem announce the release of their debut single, ‘Love You When You Leave’ released 28th June, and debut full length ‘Gone For Good’ slated for a 6th September release, both through One Little Indian.
A full My Jerusalem tour is promised for later in the year, but fans will be able to see singer Jeff Klein previewing songs from the new album with solo shows in JUNE, as follows:
Tues 15 Cambridge Portland Arms Wed 16 Birmingham Hare & Hounds Thurs 17 Bath Moles Sun 20 Brighton Freebutt Mon 21 London Borderline Tues 22 Newcastle Cluny Wed 23 Sheffield The Forum Fri 25 Glasgow King Tuts Sat 26 Manchester Roadhouse Sun 27 York Fibbers
‘Love You When You Leave’ is a wonderfully knowing, bittersweet love song of sorts in which bassist Ashley Dzerigian plays Nancy Sinatra to Jeff’s Lee Hazelwood, the affair clocking in at a succinct 2.15. ‘It was one of the first songs we recorded as a band”, Jeff enthuses, “Everyone huddled in the living room with 2 microphones, except the drums which were in the kitchen of the apartment across the hall with a million wires and cables connecting us. This was also the first time …
You're an ocean. Yer not the ocean. I'm an ocean. Ocean of confusion? Stop crying to the ocean, if the ocean gets rough. Swimming in your ocean, bell black ocean, ocean avenue, only the ocean. If the ocean gets rough. To the sea, ballad of the broken seas. Nightmares by the sea. If I promise an ocean would you care for the notion of staying here. You don't have to stray two oceans away. Floor of the ocean.