HERE, and it features the tracks, "Scottish Winds"(which we spoke of a few weeks ago), "Fuck This Place" and "The Work."
You can get your hands on the three songs by giving the band your email address.
Here's what lead singer Scott Hutchinson had to say about the creation of the three new tracks
Funnily enough, this was pretty much all written on a bus. The X95 to
be precise. I was on my way back to our cottage in the Borders, the
place we were using to write and record at the time. I think the initial
nugget came from the fact that it was an extremely windy day.
It’s the first song I’ve formed entirely in my head, as I didn’t have
an instrument to hand and would never start strumming one out on a bus,
so to speak. So I wrote the lyrics out on my phone and when I got to
the cottage I picked up a guitar and it was just sort of… there.
"Fuck This Place"
This is going to sound like total bullshit, but please don’t exhale a
‘pfft’ and stop reading when I say, this song started off as a dream. I
honestly dreamt that i did a duet with a mystery female vocal on it and
the ‘I don’t know these buildings’ line was definitely in that dream.
So when it came to the writing, I had two parts in my head all along.
I have been a big Camera Obscura fan for a long time and when Tracyanne
said she’d be up for this, I was incredibly chuffed and her vocal is
just beautiful. It’s fairly obvious what it’s about, though I don’t
think it’s necessarily a love story.
Sometimes you just need looking after, and everyone can feel like a
lost wee boy/girl from time to time, especially when you spend your life
This was another one written on a bus, this time the number 62 to
Peebles. Again, it was a duet from the start. I have been thinking a lot
about ageing and death, especially on our new songs. So two distinct
characters emerged fairly quickly.
There’s me being the belligerent young upstart asking ‘what’s the
point in getting old?’, then there’s Archie as the counterpoint,
convincing me that it ain’t all bad.
It was such an honour to work with Archie. He’s a real Scottish
legend, and my mum and dad couldn’t believe I was singing with one of
their heroes. When I listen to this one, I think of the great day I
spent at his house, mulling over the tune and listening to all his
hilarious stories. A real privilege.
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