I haven’t been able to find this on YouTube (or Spotify), so I’m guessing Warp Records are strictly monitoring which songs are being presented from this album – however, the closing track of this master piece (Pitchfork: “Eno’s best vocal album in 25 years”), is simply to good not to share with you, even if it’s only for a brief moment in time, before they are on to us. Come with me, rejoice!
Cells & Bells sounds like if Coil were asked to make a cover of a fictional song off Brian Eno's Before And After Science.
The album is some sort of fusion between pop, ambient, kraut, world, funk and drone. Even though you want to, you can’t really dance to it, but accompany it with drugs, and I’m sure you’re about to have an interesting time.
You can listen to Lilacand DBFoff the album as well.
”The final dream, the run along the riverbank, was created not to lighten the film’s finale (as some have thought); that would be false and distasteful in a work in which the majority of the main characters die (despite the fact that, as authors, we held to an optimistic point of view). On the contrary, this is a cinematic-poetic tragedy.”
"This city is even better than the one you were in last year, so remember to dance, dance, dance. And then sit down for a bit, knit something, then get up and run all over the place. Do it. Love on ya. More music soon."