There is a new Keane album.

I knew this, actually: I heard about it briefly on the radio when I was in the UK back at the end of August.

But this is the first time I've heard a track from it.

...

"Spiralling", I love you. Never leave me.

*floats away on a happy tide of 80's British Invasion music revamped for the 00's*
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Lo, LJ hath returned. (And there was much rejoicing.) But man, you guys didn't lose any time catching up, did you?

For those of you who hadn't heard about this before, I am eight weeks pregnant. I'm feeling a little draggy and queasy, but on the whole not nearly as bad as with my first two.

Apart from that I don't actually have a whole lot of news, unless you want to hear about our new guinea pigs (nah, I'll save that for [livejournal.com profile] rjanderson_blog), or are interested in a review of the Kalan Porter concert I went to on New Year's Eve.

...

Yeah, I thought not.

For my fellow Lost fans and those interested in fan-made soundtracks, I've thought for a long time that the song "Bedshaped" by Keane (from their recent album "Hopes and Fears") reminded me of Shannon. However, it wasn't until I listened to the song again today, having just seen the most recent episode of LOST, that I realized this spoilery thing ) And I do mean totally. [livejournal.com profile] yahtzee63, give it a listen and tell me if I'm wrong on this.

Am currently listening to former Blue's Clues host Steve Burns' album Songs for Dust Mites, which I had long coveted and finally found cheap on eBay. It's charming, especially if you like grungy guitar riffs in the middle of your melodic pop/rock (which I rather do).

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