This gorgeous & strange companion piece to last years' Independent, Times & Telegraph album of the week 'The London Book of the Dead', is a 'Valedictory performance recorded on the eve of the apocalypse'. "Like shadows we are and like Shadows depart". Conceived during the same period as The Real Tuesday Weld's The London Book of the Dead, this mini-opus: Live at the End of the World is a "valedictiory performance 'recorded on the eve of Valentine's Day at The End of the World club in London 2012'. The band perform a set of Pre-apocalyptic junkyard blues in honor of and inspired by dreams. A suit of haunted and haunting songs and instrumentals lead us gently onward, special guests appear and disappear as both performers and audience prepare themselves to say goodbye and to face an uncertain future realizing that only heaven knows what tomorrow will bring." Quotes - "Tracks both as beautiful and as ghostly as Blood Sugar Love, Dorothy Parker Blue and Last Words, and music that giddily recalls Gainsbourg, Pulp, Cole Porter, early Disney soundtracks and seedy postwar revue bars in the space of just a few bars, sweep you along with such swagger and menace." SUNDAY TIMES ALBUM OF THE WEEK / "Such genuine tenderness ...it's like a punch in the solar plexus" INDEPENDENT ALBUM OF THE WEEK.
Track Listing: 1. Intro 2. I'll See You in My Dreams 3. Epitaph for a Dream 4. Over the Hillsides 5. Black Birdies Come 6. What it Takes 7. Nightingales 8. Dreaming of You 9. Valentines 10. Outro
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