“What I’ve got to give is not enough.”

“Saviour” by George Ezra featuring First Aid Kit | Let me telegraph a few things. I have a couple of long reads planned for the blog, but I’m not sure if I’ll ever get around to writing them, because, as you probably know, (if you bothered to,) I’ve been busy lately. Actually, I forgot to schedule a song for today, so here’s one that’s sort of at the center of one of those planned essays. It’s a song I should’ve known about, considering George Ezra is at my peripheral and First Aid Kit are one of my favorites, but again, I’ve been busy to the point that I only realized this collaboration happened almost a year after it was released, with his recent album Staying at Tamara’s. Sure, they do harmonies mostly (which is one of the things they do best) and don’t really have a solo part, but of course they do well. But this song has some pretty killer lines that tend to just hit you at unknown points. So, yeah, I’m telegraphing a few things. [NB]


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