Elbow share shimmering new track ‘Six Words’

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This is the second preview of the upcoming album ‘Flying Dream 1’

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Elbow has shared a second preview of their upcoming album – listen to ‘Six Words’ below.

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The track follows the recent song ‘The Seldam Seen Kid’ in a preview for the band’s ninth LP, ‘Flying Dream 1’, which arrives on November 19.

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“I can’t remember the exact origins of the track, but it’s definitely one of Craig’s,” frontman Guy Garvey said in a statement. “In some ways it’s lyrically familiar territory, it has the same sentiments as ‘Mirrorball,’ but it weighs heavily on my teenage years: the bottle green in the song is the color of my school uniform and the traffic on a six-lane road. Prestwich in school.

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“Though that six-lane line was something I originally wrote back in the early days of Elbow when I was sitting in The Cornerhouse watching the guys, so it’s a double memory and my love of writing about love. ‘s return.”

Listen to ‘Six Words’ below:

The band’s recent single ‘The Seldom Seen Kid’ featured the band’s acclaimed 2008 LP.

The Mercury-winning indie giants’ ninth studio LP – a follow-up to 2019’s ‘Giants of All Size’ – was written remotely in their home studios in Manchester and London, before performing “perfect, performance” at an empty Brighton Theater Royal. come together for , and record” songs.

“Hiring a two-hundred-year-old theater that hadn’t been closed for so long in its history was something that could only be done under the circumstances…. Good for,” frontman Guy Garvey said of the unique experience.

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Back in May, Elbow celebrated the 20th anniversary of their debut album Asleep in the Back, releasing a collection of rare tracks from that era to streaming services.

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