Birdeatsbaby | Here She Comes a Tumblin'

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Here She Comes a Tumblin'

by Birdeatsbaby

Brighton-based Dark Cabaret 5 piece play schizophrenic hymns for the musically starved
Genre: Rock: Emo
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1. Intro
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2. Seventeen
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5:33 album only
3. I Always Hang Myself With the Same Rope
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4:10 album only
4. Shiver Up the Spine
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3:58 album only
5. Miserable
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2:13 album only
6. Jim
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2:39 album only
7. Here She Comes a Tumblin'
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1:05 album only
8. Hymn
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3:07 album only
9. Jacqueline
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10. China Doll
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11. The Trouble...
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12. Letter to Charlie
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Here She Comes a Tumblin’, Birdeatsbaby’s first studio album is a blend of Weimar Cabaret, Baroque Classical and Melodic Rock – a collection of songs that touch on the subject of feminine innocence and sadness; thoughts and muses on failed relationships; and accusing outbursts of betrayal. However, few will say that this album is depressing or introverted, but instead embraces true cabaret style by observing these topics with a sardonic and tongue-in-cheek attitude, keeping the listener ever guessing at the song meanings.

Love it or hate it, their words are spreading. Before long, people will come together to whisper about the things they’ve heard and seen from this bunch of curious musicians. Little by little, those who need it, will hear and understand. Birdeatsbaby are not selective about those whom they choose to welcome into their profane congregation, but inspire and unite those who feel as they do: that all is not right with the world.


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