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Elbow's Little Fictions - Album of the Week #15

My introduction to Elbow’s new LP, Little Fictions, has followed a familiar pattern to previous new output from one of my very favourite bands. On first listen I was a little underwhelmed – there didn’t seem to be much to it. 259 more words


‘Magnificent (She Says)’ – Elbow ‘Little Fictions’ Opening Track Fuels New Personal Journey

There’s something “magnificent” about Guy Garvey’s voice.

It soothes my musical soul and provides a lush sonic backdrop on a warm Saturday afternoon in mid-February. 581 more words


Elbow - Little Fictions Review 

Whether it is the crowd’s roar of their earnest rock anthems, or the lyrics to the anthems themselves, Elbow have always been a band to unify the masses with their track lists. 445 more words


Review: Elbow - Little Fictions ‘Elbow find a fresh perspective on life and love’

Elbow – Little Fictions



As Elbow turn 20 years old, they release their seventh album ‘Little Fictions’ which shows that neither the loss of drummer Richard Jupp or age can slow them down as a besotted Guy Garvey sings of love and life in a much more upbeat record than they’ve attempted before. 907 more words

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M.I.A. to curate Meltdown 2017

Southbank Centre have announced the curator for this years Meltdown Festival and it’s the cultural innovator, rapper, producer M.I.A. She’s beloved by both critics and fans alike, a woman that’s never afraid to speak her mind and stand up for those without a voice such as the refugees. 257 more words

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Album Review: Elbow, Little Fictions

With the world in a state of utter flux at the moment, we could do with something to lift the spirits. Well here it is. Those most reliable purveyors of anthemic tunes, Elbow, supply a virtual bear hug to make the worries pale into insignificance for the 48 minute duration of this album. 549 more words

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Track four on Elbow’s new album, Little Fictions, is a song called All Disco – and whilst there is no way anyone could classify this record as a dance album it is undoubtedly the most rhythmic release the band have put together for some time. 671 more words