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How Can I Tell Him - Jens Lekman - Life Will See You Now (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Jens Lekman has announced his new album, Life Will See You Now, due out February 17th via Secretly Canadian. Across three studio albums, the Swedish singer/songwriter and musician has proven not only his flair for telling very personal stories with a sharp self-awareness, but also his skill for balancing depth of emotional expression with droll and often self-deprecating detail/5(20).
  2. The easy, fast & fun way to learn how to sing: megalsaigenuadamath.xyzinfo It's the morning after And we're on a train zigzagging 'cross the countryside On our way home from a party That turned insane He dozes off on my shoulder Wakes up suddenly, apologizes Looks the other way So tell me how Tell me how I can tell him I love him So tell me how The neighbor came a-knocking Said she'd call the cops He said.
  3. Feb 22,  · “Postcard #17” is the penultimate track on Jens Lekman’s fourth album Life Will See You Now, and also its darkest.A morose Mingus-sampling piano ballad with 8/
  4. Mar 01,  · Before Jens Lekman recorded his fourth album, Life Will See You Now, he went through a period of disconnection from his music. "I think I was kind of trying to ruin things for myself," Lekman .
  5. Life Will See You Now, an Album by Jens Lekman. Released 17 February on Secretly Canadian (catalog no. SC; CD). Genres: Indie Pop, Singer/Songwriter. Featured peformers: Jens Lekman (aka_text music role_id aka_text, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text, producer), Matt Colton (mastering), Henri Davies (assistant engineer), Ellika Henrikson (photography), Ewan Pearson .
  6. Jens Lekman describes his new record, Life Will See You Now, playfully, but also honestly, as "a midlife-crisis disco album; it's an existentialist record, about seeing the consequences of your choices". It's a typical Lekman album in several ways: sly humour is key to it's heartfelt nature; it inverts pop's writing norm by making songs with sad concerns sound happy and songs with a happy.
  7. 5. I'll tell you what I've been up to since my last album. That album, I Know What Love Isn't came out sept I went on tour and it was tough because that album was delicate and sad and understandbly not as popular as Night Falls Over Kortedala. So going on tour and playing that album live was tough.
  8. Feb 17,  · Now returning with his long-awaited fourth full-length album, Life Will See You Now, Lekman has crafted a masterful return to form that bridges the gap between the 9/

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