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How We Met, The Long Version - Jens Lekman - Life Will See You Now (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Yogami says:
    Jens Lekman Jens Martin Lekman (pronounced Yens; born 6 February ) is a Swedish musician. His music is guitar-based pop with heavy use of samples and strings, with lyrics that are often witty, romantic, and melancholic. The English lyrics reflect an advanced knowledge of the language and its idioms. His wo more».
  2. Mitaxe says:
    Feb 17,  · That’s no understatement. Across 10 exultant modern vignettes, Lekman skips nimbly from skittering odes to rebellion (“Hotwire the Ferris Wheel” with Tracey Thorn) to glorious disco workouts (“How We Met, The Long Version”), and cements his place as one of indie-pop’s most affecting—and unconventional—bards.
  3. Kajicage says:
    Features Song Lyrics for Jens Lekman's Life Will See You Now album. Includes Album Cover, Release Year, and User Reviews.
  4. Arajin says:
    His fourth, Life Will See You Now is a typical Lekman album in several ways: sly humour is key to its heartfelt nature; it inverts pop’s writing norm by making songs with sad concerns sound happy and songs with a happy subject sound sad; and it plays with notions of identity and the self.
  5. Tozragore says:
    Jens Lekman. Jens Martin Lekman (pronounced Yens; born 6 February ) is a Swedish musician. His music is guitar-based pop with heavy use of samples and strings, with lyrics that are often witty, romantic, and melancholic. The English lyrics reflect an advanced knowledge of .
  6. Guran says:
    We got pulled over by cops in Germany on the last days of tour, looking for drugs or illegal immigrants. White vans with tinted windows are probably high on their lists, they would be on mine too. They went through our pockets first, "if you tell us you have drugs now before we find them you only have to pay a fine, otherwise we will arrest you".
  7. JoJozuru says:
    The writing of Life Will See You Now was somewhat of an attempt to overcome periods of self-doubt, a process helped by Lekman’s two interim projects – Postcards, in which he committed himself to writing and releasing one song every single week in and Ghostwriting, where he asked other people for their stories and wrote songs around.
  8. Malataur says:
    Feb 17,  · Now returning with his long-awaited fourth full-length album, Life Will See You Now, Lekman has crafted a masterful return to form that bridges the gap between the 9/

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