By Saint Etienne
Apparently from their forthcoming "best ever" album on Mantra this single seems to include three pieces of sound. One of them is ironically called "Action". Each one would be OK as the "please hold" music when you ring the Passport Office as you try to speed up your search for more authentic music in Luxembourg. You are more likely to not notice it in particular on the Customer Irritation System as you pass the Chinese Medicine shop in the Merrion Centre. Sorry readers, I can't hear anything but sighs, whimpers and lazy synth dibbling. If you get tickets for the Leeds City Varieties for the 7th October you'll be able to compare and contrast their approach with Lambchop and Sigur Ros whose comparatively frenzied echoes will still be gently ringing. I would be nearly interested to hang about outside to see what sort of people went in. Good clean people from a world I will never know I guess. If you do go, stump up the extra pound each for a Box. Fantastic view, and you won't have to sit near anyone unhygienic.