Chloroform, the second extract from the upcoming album 1/9/84, is out today on streaming platforms and digital stores. Released after “Down with Big Brother”, it further expands the sonic palette of the new album, introducing a wide range of sounds and moods.
The artwork is an original painting by Giuseppe Vallenari (a.k.a. El Matador Alegre).
Plain with no sign that this is life it’s just flashing by and disappear again. Now I’m all alone and I got no friends to call on the telephone (just like yesterday).
Breathe in, something strange. Breathe out, I sleep all day. This is not a song, it’s chloroform. Well, who cares?
And it’s so lovely a glimpse of me and you your red dress in June I guess we were talking. Screens spitting out words but I got nothing to learn from tv shows (wasted brains).
Breathe in and fly away. Breathe out, you know I’d stay. I am the tornest and dumbest angel the sky has seen.
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