I Feel Like Ten Men, Nine Dead and One Dying

Album: Himalayan (2014)
  • The title of this brooding rocker originated from guitarist and co-vocalist Russell Marsden's granddad. Bassist and co-vocalist Emma Richardson explained to Tonedeaf: "This was his sort of saying when he just felt awful, like, it was his way of describing if he was feeling not to good so, we had to put it in there," she said. "It's one of those titles that you can't leave, its got to continue on somehow, it's a great saying."

    "It's one of the heaviest riffs on the record apart from 'Heavens Key,' Richardson continued, "and it was great fun to record, you know we could turn everything up to full volume and use loads of pedals and you know, it has this really great feeling, a bit like The Cramps, that kinda seedy, loud, heavy feel to it and it's just a cool sounding song.''


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