Phantogram does it big again…
Phantogram - Black Out Days
genre: electropop, trip-hop / download: here
Le Narrateur: Franz thinks of everything and nothing. He wonders if the world is becoming a dream or if the dream is becoming the world.
Inspector Monet: A certain Marcel Marx lives nearby. Tell me about him.
Epicier: With pleasure. One of my best customers. Regular as clockwork. Won't let an unpaid bill wake him up.
Inspector Monet: Wife in the hospital?
Epicier: Yes. Poor woman. I heard there is no hope.
Inspector Monet: How does Marx take it?
Epicier: Crushed. Puts on a brave face.
Inspector Monet: Anyone else with him? Family?
Epicier: No one. Just a dog. Poor beast. Misses her mistress.
Inspector Monet: Thanks for the information.
Epicier: I only did my duty. I love society.... Won't you buy something, inspector?
Inspector Monet: A pineapple.
Epicier: A pineapple it is.
Surprise of the day! Inside the pocket of shorts that I was about to give away, found old Turkish Liras from way back. Today, 1,000,000 Lira = 1 New Turkish Lira
Dave: I wanted to keep in touch with you, I just thought that you didn't want to keep in touch. I just wanted to leave you alone, so...
Kate: It's not that I didn't want to keep in touch, I didn't know where to find you Davie...
Dave: Yeah, I didn't know where to find me. I still don't know where to find me.
My Fashionably Superstitious illustration series on display at #FITMuseum. Check it out until July 6th!
Claude: You know nothing of life.
Muriel: What do you know?
Claude: What do you know of love, physical love?
Muriel: Why physical? There is only one: True love.
Claude: True love is physical
Muriel: You talk too much. A Continental gentleman should realize when his listener is tired.