Someone at ITV must've just discovered Strangeland.
On The Road on Britain's Hidden Homes on Friday.
You Are Young on Goodbye Granada Land on Saturday. Peter Kay was presenting that programme so maybe he wanted to get a Keane song in somewhere?
Just used as background music as neither song had anything to do with the topic ...
If he was trying to be 'cool', he'd already scuppered his chances by appearing on Pointless in the first place.
I was proud of the girl the other week in the 90's Britpop bands, who said on national telly that Ocean Colour Scene were her favourite band ever and she'd been to see them over 100 times. That, my ...
Last Friday's Pointless.
For those who are not in Britain, the aim of the game is to find the answer the fewest people out of 100 people got. They give 100 people 100 seconds to name the first thing they think of in answer to a question. There is a first round with 3 teams, a head to head with 2 teams and the final which results in ...
And SLC again in Dorothy Perkins on Saturday.
The lady behind the counter was humming along and pretending not to... when we got to the chorus I though she was going to burst into song, but sadly not.
Wishing our Tim a very happy 37th birthday on Sunday 2nd June.
Made it into The Independent's list of celebrity birthdays, where he was described as a musician. I'd have said 'musician and songwriter', myself.
Speaking of Depeche Mode, Dave Gahan said that Martin Gore : 'just writes the same song over and over again, but he does it really well'.
I agree that most songwriters do have themes which they keep coming back to.
Somewhere Only We Know got to No 3 and Spiralling to No 16.
Sovereign Light Café on Radio 2 on Bank Holiday Monday, sounding especially good with the sunny weather.
(I love how enthusiastic Tom is when he sings the word 'go').
If we count Night Train as an album it would be album 6. I'm not sure that Tom would do a solo album at this stage in the game, singers tend to do this when the band has split up. In 10 years time, possibly.
SBTN on Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs on Thursday.