Saturday Morning 5am

by The Sighs of Monsters

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From the 'Record of the Day' review: "London-based band The Sighs Of Monsters manage to brilliantly distill so many elements of dance culture over the past 40 years into this one track that you’ll thoroughly enjoy picking out the styles and eras as it throbs along. Telling the story of someone finding love in a club, it’s described by the band themselves as being a bit like The Smiths’ classic How Soon Is Now, but with a happy ending this time round. "

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You come up for air, the club now seems so stale
The sun touches your skin for the first time you feel so pale
Saturday morning has turned into Sunday
A new day is dawning and you're on your way

A touch on your hand, a jump-start, a shock
there's a place to eat nearby, it's on the next block
You gaze into eyes which stare back at you
You say someplace else has got a great view

It's Sunday morning the sun is still red
the music from last night still pumps in your head
and your heart is still dancing from the sweet things that were said
you show no restraint as you fall into bed

Scattered clothes on the floor lie on alien shoes
and the hand in your hair says you're no beggar, you can choose
Sunday evening has has turned on a sun ray
A new day is dawning, and you're on your way.

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released July 2, 2017
Lyrics by Brett Lock.
Music by Brett Lock, Christopher Houston, Dean Sobers & David Toube.

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The Sighs of Monsters London, UK

The Sighs of Monsters is a band from London, though none have the same passport. The Sighs of Monsters love albums - the classic albums you can listen to from beginning to end - so that's what they set out to make.

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