I realize that it's been more than a week. But bite me. This is hard work, listening to music and all.
This week we're moving out of the US of A into Canada. Quebec, to be specific. But before I talk about the song, lemme just say, French singing blows American singing out of the water. The language is eight-hundred times more awesome. It'd be a lie to say that I don't miss speaking it. But, then it would also be a lie to say I miss the class.
So the band in question is Coeur de Pirate. Now, don't go running off to Wikipedia, because it doesn't have a page. It's really quite a new band, so even the Myspace at this point is in French.
Beatrice Martin is the heart and soul of the band, providing light piano and beautiful vocals (as well as, according to the myspace, other instruments that are 'easy to play.')
The song I wanna show you guys is called 'Comme des Enfants.' Now, I really don't wanna read too deeply into the song because I don't think that's how it should be listened to. Y'know what? Just take a listen:
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Heheh. So, Drop.io removed their hosting service, so my audio files no longer work. Whoops.
Hope you liked it as much as I did.
"Worlds may freeze and suns may perish, but there stirs something within us now that can never die again."