Tune Of The Day: Seabear – I Sing I Swim29. Dezember 2008 Viacooleasy listenningShare ThisTweetTeilenPlus oneTeilenEmailFrühere Beiträge The Nerd Rap – I Love You Nintendohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1uJgAkj2hA Via Jumpstyle duo by Jumpforcehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSqYpZyavXk Via Awesome Tune of the Day: Worakls – ID „New 2013“https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgS7ggXWkqA Via Worakls - Id "new2013" By Chill'ma Wilma.Dieser Beitrag hat 84 KommentareBrillant!I can’t get over how brilliant this song is. I’m gonna have it on repeat for days.„And that black rock, in your bed room, i hope you’ll climb it soon“ Brilliant.amazing song 🙂for being a greedy music label owner; Thomas Morr definitely has good taste@lancebramsay hmm, sigur ros, amiina, mum, olafur arnolds, for a minor reflection, and of course sea bear. I’m sure there’s more out there, i just need to take the time to find em@fhdfba007 I don’t know, you Europeans have got it going on when it comes to music 🙂i saw them play this in Lewiston Maine. amazing@rainofthewinter thats true. im from south europe but i got to admit it. icelandic and british musicians make the most brilliant music.@LilyLovesLabyrinth My point being that it seems a bit naive to say that every band from Iceland is great when you’ve only heard a couple.That being said Sigur Ros is amazing.Amazing! I play with you before your live at Agen in France! 🙂@lancebramsay Sigur Ros is icelandic… They’re badass as hell. :]Thanks For LA that was beautiful !! Your vinyl’s keep going on repeat. 🙂@hviser How many bands have you heard from Iceland?beautiful.i searched it for soo long time.. thank god, i found it ! (: love it!there must be something magical in iceland’s water, cause i haven’t heard a bad band from there yet…@chyidean Yeah, it’s because both songs use the same chord progression (I V vi IV). A lot of songs use that chord progression, and since the melodies are different, it’s not „copying“ or whatever.@chyidean To clarify I’m not saying this song is bad. I love the band and indie folk in general…. I was just wondering if anyone else heard it too, or if I was just hallucinating.Does anyone else hear elements of Bush’s „Glycerine“ in this song?this song remind me someone! so sweet!!!<3 I love this song.Icelandic sheep: always three of them 😐 I mean, really. HORSE. More musically related (and sensible): Icelandic music is like the country they come from; different and surprising and something you just fall in love with. I regret not buying Seabear’s record when I was there (did see it though…aaargh). Mail-order it is!Seabear has a very rare and beautiful style I’m lucky to know them@laudanumpotion ~ well… in Nova Scotia on the coast, there are some rocks that they call „black rocks“ and if you climb on them chances are the tide will pull you under.. so they’re very dangerous and many people have died becuase they climbed the black rocks… but I dont get the reference..@velcroshoes2 ~ the black rock might be a reference to a OAR song by the same name i think… that’s the only place i’ve heard that black rock stuff. peace@lKILLGIANTS That line is definitely ripped from a Modest Mouse song.beautiful. just beautifulwhat does it mean when he sings „and that black rock in your bedroom, I hope you’ll climb it soon“ ??3° …perché in quelle come noi c’è sempre posto per la dolcezza, il romanticismo e… un tocco di vintage nel cuore. Video „Seabear – I Sing I Swim “Continua così Clio, non smettere mai… di essere te stessa.3° …perché in quelle come noi c’è sempre posto per la dolcezza, il romanticismo e… un tocco di vintage nel cuore. Video „Seabear – I Sing I Swim “Continua così Clio, non smettere mai di essere te stessa.here’s the trick.. google mp3idify for the best site to get this song.@RubenDelight maybe you heard the rip-off song in one of the ipad adds*sigh* :3Kommentar-NavigationÄltere KommentareKommentare sind geschlossen.