But careful analysis reveals what we should have known all along: The choruses are handled by actress Carey Mulligan, singing of her humdrum existence as a bored office worker who takes extended lunch breaks to write fanfic about an imaginary boyfriend.
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Carey Mulligan is a woman, who -- is an actress by trade, who -- plays the role of singer in a rock band, who -- sings as a sickly invalid, who -- writes about love to emulate a bored office worker, who -- "escapes" her own job to the roof where she writes about a man, who -- may very well be either Jesus, Stuart Murdoch, or a separate character entirely who knows, maybe other songs on the album are sung from his perspective?
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The addition of the band name to the title initially feels superfluous, almost like a band pulling the time-honored trick of releasing a self-titled album several records into their career in a painfully transparent attempt at reinvention.
We are hoping to eventually work on a solution for this when we have the resources to do so. Oh yeah, fun fact: Lead vocalist Stuart Murdoch handles the verses, imploring the as-yet-unknown protagonist to escape their situation by writing about love.
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All of this mirrors the experience of a music listener, who is listening to the song with the intention of escaping their own reality for two minutes, 49 seconds. IInever mind the way each instrument carves out its own hook.
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Published FrimanStene Nov 12 Belle & Sebastian's 'Write About Love' is ploddy and bland.
Rating: * *. Write About Love is a grower-- the sort of record you need to play repeatedly, listening to how it fits together, before it can really ingratiate itself.
Belle and Sebastian have been making. Belle and Sebastian Write about Love (also known informally as Write about Love) is the eighth studio album by indie-pop group Belle and Sebastian released on 11 October The album is the second collaboration between Belle and Sebastian and Tony Hoffer.
Oct 12, · Metacritic Music Reviews, Belle and Sebastian Write About Love by Belle and Sebastian, The Glaswegian indie pop band returns after a four-year hiatus with an eighth studio album, featuring its trademark down-tempo ballads and jangly g 75%(30).
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