Separate and Ever Deadly

Album: The Age Of The Understatement (2008)


  • Alex Turner told the NME that this was not originally going to be on the album: "There's a song on the album called 'Separate and Ever Deadly,' which we actually did in London after the original sessions. We thought it was going to be a B-side, but when we'd finished it we knew it had to replace this other track because we're dead excited about it. I think that's good, because if we had done it all in France it might feel like a fluke couple of weeks. It's good that we've got that one because it means hopefully we'll do more in the future."


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