It didn't help that Music Screen had no
‘network’ / affiliations in the USA before this, the quick timeframe
between the announcement and the show, cost, technical requirements to
show the gig, and Keane’s popularity in terms of how likely it is to
fill a cinema during a weekday.
Needless to say, I'm disappointed and just hope ...
My iPod has been playing a combination of Travis, The National, Keane, Two Door Cinema Club, and Nine Inch Nails lately.
Why, yes, I do have eclectic musical tastes, why do you ask?
I'm resurrecting this thread and hoping to make the negative one about Travis disappear.Last weekend, I went to see Travis in Boston at the House of Blues. They freaking rocked. I'm so glad I went.
I was at the barrier with Alphamoongirl and her husband, right in front
of Fran. The band dug deep into their ...
Higher than the Sun puts into words and music how certain songs make me feel. I love it.
The theme of the song reminds me a bit of "Rubber Ring" by the Smiths. This is not a bad thing.
I also noticed that at the beginning the titles of two Travis songs are coincidentally referenced: Turn and Sing.
Yeah, I meant as a young Tom. Josh Bolt easily looks like a younger version of Tom.
Perhaps more suited to a 'Keane look-alikes' thread, but when I first saw this photo, I wondered when Richard had interviewed Benedict ...
Nevermind was an album by Nirvana.
(sorry, I had to.)
Josh Bolt could play a young Tom very easily.
The National's albums "High Violet" and "Trouble Will Find Me"
Travis' new album "Where You Stand"
The Postal Service's album "Give Up" (10th anniversary edition)
I wanted to vote for "To the end of the Earth" but it wasn't in the list.
I voted instead for "Your Eyes Open," which they did at Cornbury, so I'm hopeful it will be included.
I would love it if they included either "Strangeland" or "Myth", preferably both.
Indiegirl: "BTW- Did anyone else have a little laugh at Tom's sly dig in the
interview: 'None of the other bands who came out in 2004 are near
releasing a Best Of'. Well, Kasabian certainly aren't, are they,
darling? Ha, Ha and Ha again!"
I love snarky Tom.