The new album from British rockers elbow – The Take Off And Landing Of Everything – touches down next Tuesday, March 11th. Since 1992, the band – including Guy Garvey on vocals, guitarist Mark Potter, bassist Pete Turner, Craig Potter on keyboards, and drummer Richard Jupp – have made consistently creative, sweepingly cinematic, moody and challenging music.
Writing for NPR Music’s Heavy Rotation about the song, Carmel Holt says:
Hundreds of songs have been written about New York City, and yet it’s impossible to tire of new songs about it, especially one with a chorus that so perfectly sums up the city’s simultaneous noise, brilliance, heartbreak and promise. Elbow frontman Guy Garvey delivers the song’s sad-yet-hopeful perspective, informed by his recent time living in Brooklyn and inspired by the refuge John Lennon and Yoko Ono found in Manhattan.
Below, via NPR Music’s Heavy Rotation, download “New York Morning.”
Elbow play Electric Factory on Tuesday, May 13th with special guest John Grant.
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