Elbow post new song
2010-12-28 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 15 Comments
Manchester indie rockers Elbow have posted a new song entitled 'Lippy Kids' on Youtube.

The studio version of the track is set to appear on the group's forthcoming album, Build a Rocket, Boys, which is scheduled for release on March 7.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NItwaz0nLJA
Tagged: Elbow

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Tyrael
December 28th 2010
20977 Comments


Beautiful

foreverendeared
December 28th 2010
14678 Comments


love these guys.

That was really good.

sleepyhead
December 28th 2010
593 Comments


wow, this almost made me cry... Elbow are just getting better and better. what an incredible band!!!

jrowa001
December 28th 2010
8750 Comments


incredible

Huntthequattro
December 28th 2010
66 Comments


Loved the seldom seen kid, but this song actually tops everything from that album.

If the rest of the new record is as consistently good as this track, we could have a definite classic album here.

sleepyhead
December 28th 2010
593 Comments


If the rest of the new record is as consistently good as this track, we could have a definite classic album here.

agreed. if Radiohead, Portishead and Fleet Foxes release classics too 2011 could be insane!

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
December 28th 2010
7427 Comments


I've always hated Elbow but that song was really really good. Reminded me a bit of R.E.M.'s Nightswimming, but even more threadbare.

Huntthequattro
December 28th 2010
66 Comments


I hope the studio version is almost identical to this version, though. It really doesn't need any studio tinkering if the live cut is this good.

I heard a rumour that the album version would feature a choir. It better not...

InFiction
December 28th 2010
3715 Comments


I've only heard The Seldom Seen Kid, but I love these guys. He has an incredible voice. This is awesome too, looking forward to the new stuff!

robin
Emeritus
December 28th 2010
4261 Comments


never listened to these guys before, but wow.

TheStarclassicTreatment
December 28th 2010
2910 Comments


The Seldom Seen Kid was my favourite British album of 2008 and wasn't expecting so much from the follow up but this has totally raised my hopes, so good!

farglesnuff
December 29th 2010
241 Comments


Not my cup of tea, but im happy other people are finding it so enjoyable. Merry Chritmas and happy
new year to all.

shallowgrave
December 29th 2010
6 Comments


"I heard a rumour that the album version would feature a choir. It better not..."

I hope the album version is pretty much the same as this performance as well, but they have used choirs pretty effectively in the past, particularly on "Ribcage".

Anyway, this song is absolutely beautiful... seems like an odd song to start an album with, but it'll probably make sense when it's released.


Two-Headed Boy
December 30th 2010
4527 Comments


Oh man, when the guitar kicks in.... lovely.

foreverendeared
December 30th 2010
14678 Comments


the keyboard notes with the bass notes being picked sounds a lot like Sigur Ros



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