No scene between two people in the history of television or cinema has or will ever be as pure, tender, organic and raw as the scenes shared by Colin Morgan and Bradley James in that last episode of BBC’s Merlin.
The 1975′s latest release, “The Sound”, off their new record I Like It When You Sleep For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It, due out February 26th, follows the previous two singles’ paths of heavy 80′s influence, plenty of pop, and a plethora of synth. It is more reminiscent of their debut eponymous record than the other releases, mainly in lyrics and style–and I love it. It is completely The 1975 in the way that it is utterly unexpected while still staying true to their unique sound.
“I know how lonely you must be, all by yourself in that room. At least you’re not shackled..and there’s daylight. You can move, you can see..” “You expect me to be grateful?” “I too have suffered, Gwen. I spent two years living in darkness. Spent two years chained to a wall at the bottom of a pit.”