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Little Fictions is the rather lovely sound of Guy Garvey falling in love. Written around the time of his wedding, it’s an album that swells and soars, bundling Elbow’s sound up with layers of extra warmth. But while songs like “Head for Supplies” and “Kindling” are among the prettiest they’ve written, this isn’t some saccharine record without edge. Opener “Magnificent (She Says)” is stately and bombastic, while the restless “K2” explores Britain’s exit from the European Union.

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The best front man ever ,, feeding us one liners ,, so rem being lost in route holly head 17/18 years ago listening to elbow first album , asleep in the back ? Eventually got to holy head but would of happily stayed in Manchester, Thank god for mr Garvey n Elbow

Where are the band?

I like it and will listen to it until I nearly know all the words , but it does feel like Garvey went into the studio with a batch of songs and the rest of the band dropped in now and then when they could fit it in. No Fallen angels or Station Approaches here, but well worth a squirt.

Cannot Wait for this!!

Tickets for new tour....Check
New Album on pre order....Check......Thats me sorted for the next 12 months :)


Formed: 1997 in Manchester, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Injecting a wider range of emotions into their music than most of their guitar-based British peers, Elbow have been known to refer to their grandiose orchestral sound as "prog without the solos." The members of the band -- vocalist Guy Garvey, drummer Richard Jupp, organist Craig Potter, guitarist Mark Potter, and bassist Pete Turner -- met during the early '90s while attending college in Bury. After moving several miles south to Manchester proper, the band went through a couple of developmental...
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