The drones why write a letter

write a letter you ll never send

Whereas in Perth you needed to be on a major label to get any response. It has a dual meaning, elliptical as in shape or whatever and elliptical technique in writing which is just saying as little as possible.

So you've got to pretend it's someone else.

Write a letter you ll never send

I liked that. But you can't say that. That's a strange relationship switcheroo with my guitar. Having a regular job is worse. Two chords is pushing it. That was weird. I read anything, I don't care. Did you learn something about your songwriting by doing the solo thing. Big thanks for this interview and heads up on their tour. That was one of the reason we had to leave. I look at my guitar and have nice happy thoughts when I see it, and then all of a sudden I'm not allowed to go near the fuckin' thing.

But you can't say that. That's all I need to do. Noisy and gritty, melodic, dramatic, intense, one hell of a show.

Why write a letter that youll never send chords

When I listen to what you do, I'm mindful that Australia has a very different and strong songwriting tradition which, for want of a better word, I might call literary. Noise about half of it. Yeah but not massive. If we were getting good press that would put more pressure on. That's all I need to do. Do you expect to do more along those lines? Big thanks for this interview and heads up on their tour. As much as anything else a supportive musical community? The Dirty Three was what got me into lyrics because they don't have any. It calls bullshit on a bunch of things ,it see the elephant in the room and you don't have to be a nihilist to do that. When you had legal problems and couldn't release Wait Long? Man, everybody knows And who's surprised they went and chose A Nazi for a Pope? Hope they come back again one day. I know you come from Perth and when the band moved you initially went to Sydney but then settled on Melbourne.

Every other city in Australia just has one. Only an attempt to alleviate the pain with the greatest antidote they have - love. I want to talk about I See Sewaweed in a minute but if I could just go back into something.

It seems the Drones have a lot of line-up change, legal problems, constant touring. Not really. As much as anything else a supportive musical community?

When I listen to what you do, I'm mindful that Australia has a very different and strong songwriting tradition which, for want of a better word, I might call literary.

Why write a letter that youll never send chords

So high impact worked. Noisy and gritty, melodic, dramatic, intense, one hell of a show. We did that that because there was noting else to do and no one could hear us doing it, so they couldn't shut us down. It's a slow thing so we figure if we just keep the quality up someone going to find it. Big thanks for this interview and heads up on their tour. I've never been to one. They could have been I guess and the Drones can play anything. Rocking and rolling is a good occupation but when you get kicked in the guts it's fuckin' horrible. But the thing they can't do is generate the sound of a singer with an acoustic guitar. I have. Hope they come back again one day. Whether this is intentional is irrelevant, as the idea remains clear; what can a songwriter, poet or artist offer to the problems of the world? You'll feel like a black sheep because everyone there hates aboriginals, just hate everything, and the best thing of all is mining. The common thread in all of these songs is their misanthropic whine, using their cumulative imagery to escalate a negative picture of society into absurdity. They were all Drones songs really, that's the thing.

Man, everybody knows And who's surprised they went and chose A Nazi for a Pope?

Rated 8/10 based on 48 review
Download
Songtext: The Drones