Bermuda Triangle

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It’s a pretty positive wee fella! It’s exploring who you are in this life and it’s a message to yourself that you will get to where you want to be eventually. The lyrics focus on the fact that I never dream (or remember my dreams anyway) when I sleep, which I’m guessing is pretty unusual; however, I think I do all my dreaming whilst I’m awake! I am pretty fascinated about where your soul, thoughts and feelings go (“amongst the wreckage of a pile of planes”?) and how your body can just switch off like it does. It parallels with being lost and the mystery of not knowing where you’re going to end up in the future. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing I guess. I wanted to find the right balance between this song having depth and emotion, as well as it being able to sail on subtle quirks and hypnotic Casio gems.

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Where do you go, go when you sleep?
I can’t remember my last dream
And I’m marooned in this phase where I can’t sleep
In amongst the wreckage of a pile of planes

I’ll discover the world where I rightfully belong
I’ll look for something that does not even exist
And I’ll do whatever it takes to be inspired again

And if I could sleepwalk while I’m wide awake
My legs could carry my soul where they wish to take
And if I had a net I would be able to capture those forgotten dreams
and live inside

But I’ll discover the world where I rightfully belong
I’ll look for something that does not even exist
And I’ll do whatever it takes to be inspired again

I’ll discover the world where I truly belong
And I’ll do whatever it takes to get it done
And I’ll remember the dream where I knew I’d travel to

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from Prehistoric Friends, released October 23, 2015

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Prehistoric Friends Glasgow, UK

Prehistoric Friends is the solo project of Scottish multi-instrumentalist Liam Chapman (Friends in America, Quickbeam, Miaoux Miaoux) and violist Nichola Kerr. They hide in Glasgow and create organ and viola driven atmospheric/dream-pop and have whimsical stage-chatter

Perhaps for fans of Youth Lagoon, Throw Me The Statue, Bon Iver, Fleetwood Mac.
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