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The Breakdown: Philco Fiction’s “Help!”

The Oslo Trio Talks to Us About the Opening Track of Their New Album, Take It Personal

Sep 04, 2012 By Philco Fiction Philco Fiction
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Philco Fiction’s album, Take It Personal, is out this week. Here’s an inside look at the opening track “Help!” direct from the band. And you can stream the album here for at least a little while longer. Love, the editors.

Help: If you are going to a Philco school, maybe this is the first book to read someone said. Exploring melancholy and how humour fits into it. This, in many ways, sums up Take it Personal. Yes, the bravest but saddest of the ten Philco kids is attending Heartbreak High. But it still makes you wanna dance doesn’t it? Cause the first lesson is “No matter how your heart aches, your mind breaks. You should move. Dance!” It was the summer of 2010. It started with a daylight chant. It evolved into a song. In strange ways inspired by Can’s ’Vitamin C’. It’s got nothing (but obviously everything) to do with The Beatles. Then in came the wooden box, the beat. Let’s introduce the Philco Flying Horse! The three of us share a love for The Streets, and in the middle section Bjarne takes you on the loveboat to “Blinded by the Lights.” And by the way, it’s not bad boy. It’s bird boy. Thank you and enjoy.


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January 13th 2018

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