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The Weather Station estrena la melancólica pieza Endless Time

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La agrupación de Toronto lanza su sexto disco, en medio de la aclamación obtenida por el anterior en 2021

La agrupación canadiense, The Weather Station, que lidera la pianista, vocalista y compositora Tamara Lindeman estrena nuevo disco, How Is It That I Should Look At The Stars (2022), el sucesor del fantástico Ignorance (2021), incluido en nuestro listado Los 100 mejores discos de 2021 alrededor del mundo

«Endless Time«, primer adelanto que ya tocaban en directo antes del lanzamiento del disco (ver presentación en KEXP), está acompañada de un melancólico vídeo dirigido por la propia Tamara Lindeman, producción de Matt Greyson, cinematografía y post producción de Adam Crosby

Letra:

It’s only the end of an endless time.
I wake up in my own bed, the curtains open wide, to let in what light the sky has to offer today.
It’s only the end of an endless time.
They don’t put that in the paper, you won’t hear it on the news. But we knew.
It’s just like a sunset about to begin.
Maybe at first, you can’t believe your eyes the sky all lit with colour and light.
It’s just the same, as right before you left, we would stay up late, your head on my chest.
We were so in love, and the sun went on making flowers from the mud.
We could walk out on the street and buy roses from Spain, lemons and persimmons in December rain.
All of our lives it had been that way. But it’s only the end of an endless time.
They don’t put that in the paper you won’t read it in the news. You have to use your eyes.
And it’s so painful how everybody lies. Nobody tells it straight.
They try so hard not to meet your gaze. We can still walk out on the street and buy champagne grapes, strawberries and lilies in November rain.
It never occurred to us to have to pay.
But it’s only the end of an endless time. We laughed so much we wore lines around our eyes.
You can see it in that picture of us from long ago how we changed.
And it happened so slowly, we couldn’t even say.
I gotta find that picture, I want to look again.
I used to think that I could see everything that met my eyes.