Kip Berman has unveiled a new cut, taken from the forthcoming album under the moniker of http://kasparoza.com/2008/06/18/a-suitcase-full-of-parachutes/ The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart. go to site ‘When I Dance With You’ follows up to buy propecia in south africa ‘Anymore’ and will be included in ‘The Echo Of Pleasure’, the band’s first studio album since 2014’s ‘Days Of Abandon’.
The new track, a danceable indie pop tune drenched in electronic and 80s synth-driven loops, was written by The Pains’ frontman and dedicated to his wife, Cecily, who gave birth to the couple’s first daughter last year. “I actually hate dancing – says the artist on his Instagram talking about the track – The only time I ever remember it being fun was in school when she and I watched The Gossip from a portion of the Red College Union unofficially referred to as ‘The Bong Loft’. […] I don’t like when bands say they are “proud” of their new music – or even that “they worked so hard” – as if that makes what they did any good. I will say that I didn’t work hard at this song, it came very easily. It really just wrote itself.”
"When I Dance With You" is streaming now on @spotify 💃🕺🏼 link in bio — I wrote this song for my wife, Cecily. I actually hate dancing. The only times I ever remember it being fun was in school when she and I watched The Gossip from a portion of the Reed College Student Union unofficially referred to as "The Bong Loft." I also remember dancing to "Under Pressure" at our wedding 13 years later, itself a long running joke referring to the time I spray painted a classroom sized map she once owned depicting the various stages of Prussian territorial expansion in the 18th and 19th century with the phrase – in giant sliver letters – "Under Prussia." I don't like when bands say they are "proud" of their new music – or even that "they worked so hard" – as if that makes what they did any good. I will say that I didn't work hard at this song, it came very easily. It really just wrote itself. If you like it, you have only my muse to thank – the one that wears fluorescent pink jogging shorts 6 months of the year and cozy flannel pajamas the rest. x Kip
Listen to ‘When I Dance With You’ below here.