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https://www.nme.com/news/music/jarvis-cocker-jarv-is-save-the-whale-lockdown-video-2686010


Jarvis Cockers
 JARV IS project have shared their surreal new single, Save The Whale you can listen to the song and watch its accompanying video below.

Taken from their forthcoming album Beyond The Pale, which is set to be released on July 17 via Rough Trade Records, this latest offering comes with a video Cocker made at home during lockdown.



-- Edited by ArrGee on Thursday 11th of June 2020 11:16:42 PM



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It's all in the other thread - just throw it in there.

Oh and check the last page of the "Under The Influence" thread, your Boomtown knowledge is required..


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Jarv Is... and The Boomtown Rats seem to be in sync with each other for me right now. They were both due to play London on 1st May and both have dropped a single on Spotify within 24 hours of each other. I can cautiously recommend the new Rats LP., Citizens of Boomtown. Tracks 2-6 are very good. Tracks 7-9 are listenable. But cannot bear first and last track...

PS The Rats are within rather than beyond the Pale, though arguable played their most famous gig on the edge of it en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pale



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My guess is that there was never to be a 3rd single but because the album was delayed they needed to kick up a bit more promo.

Anyway... is a single even a single anymore? It's just youtube videos and spotify releases. B - sides don't even exist anymore. Nowt to even really get excited about these days.

OH MY GAWD... I'm old!

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I really like that song.

In-depth critical analysis for you there, hope you all enjoyed it.

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Never thought I'd say this but The wrinkly bits are the best.

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Ooh, I really like this one! There's a very strong Leonard Cohen vibe going on.

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Sturdy wrote:

I really like that song.


In-depth critical analysis for you there, hope you all enjoyed it.





I was about to say "It's not bad".

Another in-depth critical analysis for you.

Anyway... I can't wait to listen to the album from start to finish. The songs I've heard so far, and in a few different incarnations, have been great although a very mixed bag. I remember someone saying something like "although 'Separations' only has 9 songs, there is a lot of variation" (and that's true), I think I'll end up saying something similar about this album.

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i know he's always been heavily influenced by both.


but i think he finally created a solid bridge between gainsbourg and cohen

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