Monday, 24 August 2009
Rules by The Whitest Boy Alive
While waiting for the new Kings of Convenience album, I've been listening to Rules, the latest effort from The Whitest Boy Alive - a group fronted by Erlend Oye of Kings of Convenience. This album is perfect for those nights when you feel like bobbing your head and tapping your feet to easy, mildly upbeat songs.
Here are a couple of my favourites:
But is it better to say nothing,
Than say something wrong?
When you only want someone
When that someone is gone. - Intentions
It don't come with no warranties.
So wake up, or wake up alone.
If you want me, show some
Courage. - Courage