The frontman stated that the band has “some offers” to make a show based on his music.
Guy Garvey has said that he wants to make music based on Elbow’s music.
talk to daily star The ‘Wired’ column of the newspaper (via) contact music), the composer explained: “I am obsessed with the idea that Elbow’s music – being about all the elements of a human lifespan – lends itself to a story.
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“I’m sure we can turn it into some kind of story, and we have some offers to do elbow music.”
He continued: “You have to pay attention to what people think about the music to do something appropriate with our music. Finding a main character based on our songs is probably a moot point. It’s probably in some way There will be a drama set around our music.”
Elsewhere, Garvey suggested that Elbow’s new album ‘Flying Dream 1’ would have turned out differently if the coronavirus pandemic had not happened. “Our songs lend themselves to life drama because they are written about life drama,” he said.
“And there is a lot of drama involved in the pandemic. This is a gentle and loving record. The humble side of what we do has always been our favorite stuff. This is something that can only happen in these times.”
He added: “If we went out to hang out instead of at home in lockdown, I’m sure it would have been an angry, heavy rock record like never before.”
In a review, Granthshala The project was described as “the most downbeat, melodic collection the Bury Band has ever recorded”.
“‘Flying Dream 1’ may be devoid of grand moments like ‘Grounds for Divorce’ or ‘One Day Like This,’ but the record’s uncompromising approach and simple manner will bring comfort to those who seek solace in Garvey’s lyrics and Dexterous stability of the elbow.”
Earlier this year, Elbow celebrated the 20th anniversary of their debut album Asleep in the Back by sharing a collection of rare tracks from that era online.