This spring the editors at Music Without Labels were excited to bring you new music from the Guillemots, an alternative rock outfit from Birmingham, United Kingdom. In April, they released “Walk The River,” their third album to date which opened to rave reviews earlier this year. You can read Steve Rippin’s preview if you missed it. Recently, Guillemots released a live performance of “I Must Be A Lover” from a recent invitation to the Dot to Dot Festival, a weekend festival that circuits from Bristol to Nottingham to Manchester. This single goes on to add another stripe to an already stellar album. The bended notes of the keyboard and almost organ-like synthetics creates a unique platter for lead-singer Fyfe Dangerfield to serve his passionate and sensible lyrics about putting the past behind us and moving on. It is a remarkable song that I know you’ll enjoy.
Link to Video: “I Must Be A Lover (Live)” by Guillemots
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