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breathe. — London
Album: London
Avg rating:
7.4

Your rating:
Total ratings: 1039









Released: 2019
Length: 3:21
Plays (last 30 days): 4
I'm not ready to drown
I breathe you in and count to ten
I can't sleep in this town
I'm not begging now

I'm where the lights go out
The pavement calls, I'm yours again
Here I want to be found
I'm covered in Chrome

I'm somewhere now
Where I can breathe
Alone in the empty streets
The city sleeps

I'm somewhere now
Where I can breathe
Alone in the empty streets

The night crawls up my spine
It raises hairs beneath my skin
The shadows in my mind
They're not welcome now

And where the lights go out
The pavement calls and pulls me in
Here I want to be found
Where I'm covered in Chrome

I'm somewhere now
Where I can breathe
Alone in the empty streets
The city sleeps

I'm somewhere now
Where I can breathe
Alone in the empty streets
My heart beats

I'm somewhere now
Where I can breathe
Alone in the empty streets
The city sleeps

I'm somewhere now
Where I can breathe
Comments (28)add comment
 Aboiteau wrote:

This gives me Radiohead vibes also.


Absolutely. I wondered if it was a cover of a Radiohead song.  I like it, regardless.
 inceoglu wrote:

I am hearing Pyramid Song from Radiohead. Especially until the vocals begin...


Yes!

Excellent discovery, I like it!
Made me think of Portishead.
 tm wrote:


humans and their boxes… we love to put like with like.  and as an artist I find it so fucking boring.  Give an artist room to “BREATHE”.  


that's too bad. i'm sure you'll get over it.
 wanderinglevel wrote:
same thoughts here, i was gonna go for a 7.5 but no such rating exists 

I suggest that each morning, you come to this page, and change your rating either from 7 to 8, or vice versa. Problem solved!
 lily34 wrote:


that's never going to happen, and who cares? it's not a criticism, usually. i think it's a natural thing to do.


humans and their boxes… we love to put like with like.  and as an artist I find it so fucking boring.  Give an artist room to “BREATHE”.  
So have we not figured out who is singing?  I'm looking at their various Wikipedia pages and there's almost zero information.
This gives me Radiohead vibes also.
Great atmosphere.
 timmus wrote:

It's interesting that this song is called "London" when the band is Australian and the style is so much like London Grammar.


Indeed, that got me confused for a while 
Reminds me of Loma
 vandal wrote:


London Grammar + vintage Radiohead...


A killer combination... very cool stuff!
 tm wrote:

Stop with the comparisons and enjoy ffs. She has an incredible voice and top notch songwriting.



that's never going to happen, and who cares? it's not a criticism, usually. i think it's a natural thing to do.
Stop with the comparisons and enjoy ffs. She has an incredible voice and top notch songwriting.
 vandal wrote:


London Grammar + vintage Radiohead...


I would add Elbow in there too. Cool result.
I am hearing Pyramid Song from Radiohead. Especially until the vocals begin...
It's interesting that this song is called "London" when the band is Australian and the style is so much like London Grammar.
I assume the vocals are not Sean Walker or Andrew Grant -  who is singing?
hmm another one I haven’t heard. I like it.
 the_jake wrote:


Somewhat reminds me of London Grammar.
Not as good of vocals as Hannah Reid.

7 to start

Ditto... thought it was Hannah in a new mode.

 the_jake wrote:

I'm liking this on 1st listen.
Somewhat reminds me of London Grammar.
Not as good of vocals as Hannah Reid.
But respectable none the less.

7 to start



same thoughts here, i was gonna go for a 7.5 but no such rating exists 
sumptuous.
 the_jake wrote:

I'm liking this on 1st listen.
Somewhat reminds me of London Grammar.
Not as good of vocals as Hannah Reid.
But respectable none the less.

7 to start



London Grammar + vintage Radiohead...
Nice.  Thanks again, RP...
Think I'm going with "8" to start! Great groove, something about it...
I'm liking this on 1st listen.
Somewhat reminds me of London Grammar.
Not as good of vocals as Hannah Reid.
But respectable none the less.

7 to start
wow cool!
oof first one - liking it so far