Call Me The Breeze

Album: Sugaring Season (2012)
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  • Beth Orton wrote this song with Tom Rowlands, who is one half of the British electronic music duo, The Chemical Brothers. The pair are longtime collaborators; Orton first worked with Rowlands when she guested on the song "Alive Alone," a track from The Chemical Brothers' debut album Exit Planet Dust.
  • Orton explained to The Sun: "Call Me The Breeze is a song about essentially becoming nature."
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