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Rock Sound 21 March 2013 at 13.00



Liverpool's Vasco Da Gama have a new EP called 'Geography' coming out on April 22, and we're enjoying it so much that we've hooked up an exclusive track stream ahead of the EP release for you all to hear. Have a listen to 'Tonight We Will Eat Something That Has Two Colours In It' using the Soundcloud player below!



Speaking of the track, the band said: "‘Tonight We Will Eat Something That Has Two Colours In It’ was built around a rhythm that crops up a few times – Lynny’s guitar in the intro, the little harmonic breakdowns in the verses and the build up to the last chorus. It used to have a different ending which was slightly less ridiculous but not as much fun. The song’s about being in a long distance relationship and trying to figure out how the future should pan out, and there are also references to ambition which is where the title (a Dylan Moran quote) comes in, as well as resonating with our impoverished musical lives! It had the working title of ‘Ebdon’ for ages, none of us can remember why but we still call it that because it’s way easier. Great snooker player, mind."

Like that? Go let them know on their Facebook page.



Liverpool's Vasco Da Gama have a new EP called 'Geography' coming out on April 22, and we're enjoying it so much that we've hooked up an exclusive track stream for you all to hear. Have a listen to 'Tonight We Will Eat Something That Has Two Colours In It' using the Soundcloud player below!



Speaking of the track, the band said: "‘Tonight We Will Eat Something That Has Two Colours In It’ was built around a rhythm that crops up a few times – Lynny’s guitar in the intro, the little harmonic breakdowns in the verses and the build up to the last chorus. It used to have a different ending which was slightly less ridiculous but not as much fun. The song’s about being in a long distance relationship and trying to figure out how the future should pan out, and there are also references to ambition which is where the title (a Dylan Moran quote) comes in, as well as resonating with our impoverished musical lives! It had the working title of ‘Ebdon’ for ages, none of us can remember why but we still call it that because it’s way easier. Great snooker player, mind."

Like that? Go let them know on their Facebook page.

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