And, somewhere, in the optimistic pop, playful guitar solos, cowbell, and lyrics about two sisters and waiting for love, I get the sense Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin is sharing this state of mind. It's not about the lyrics, really, but the delivery:
"she can make-your-tongueAnd so it goes. Perishing will be released on April 8th.
she can make-your-tongue,
make your tongue stick to the suuu-un.
May-be if i laaaaay low,
love will fall around my door
the dogs will let me know..."
Someone still loves you Boris Yeltsin - Glue Girls [alt link]
Someone still loves you Boris Yeltsin - Pangea (from Broom)
Hear "Murder (I mean, Modern) Mystery" (also on the new album) at Daytrotter
Sometimes I like to take a virtual vacation: I don't check my e-mail, pick up the phone, or turn on the television. I've been in need of one lately, and there's no way to pull it off during the semester...so I took a blog break instead. This semester is a bit crazy, but I'll try to get back to posting as often as I can.
Everclear - I will buy you a new life
Nada Surf - Do it again