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Celeb Car Crash recently released their new album "People Are The Best Show" and to celebrate we asked frontman Nicola Briganti to tells us about the song "Hello, 'Morning". Here is the story:

The inspiration for the lyrics came from a story in "Difficult Loves" "The Adventure of Two Spouses" written by Italo Calvino, a real legend of our literature. Two spouses live together in the same house, but due to work commitments, they are almost never present in the same place at the same time.

The story is very romantic and was very similar to the situation I was living with my girlfriend at the time. We used to sleep on the imprints left in our bed or on our sofa. The song is nothing but a hymn to exorcise the emptiness we feel each day as we leave each other. It all starts with this sick and melancholic "Pixies style" riff. You know that the girl is leaving, but you want her to stay, so you send her a kind of "blessing" to protect her.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!


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