Eels - Tomorrow Morning
NME.COM feature on Eels - Tomorrow Morning album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 24 August 2010
He tries, he really does, to look on the bright side of life....
He tries, he really does, to look on the bright side of life. He tries to look at the daisies and the sunshine, tries to look up at the sky and say, "Goddamn right it's a beautiful day", but somehow, for Mark 'E' Everett, the effort is always futile. The glass is half-full of bleach, smelling the roses only results in an allergen frenzy, and that bowl of cherries is...
- Jan 22, 2001
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- In Gratitude For This Magnificent Day
- I'm a Hummingbird
- The Morning
- Baby Loves Me
- Spectacular Girl
- What I Have to Offer
- This Is Where It Gets Good
- After The Earthquake
- Oh So Lovely
- The Man
- Looking Up
- That's Not Her Way
- I Like The Way This Is Going
- Mystery Of Life
Righteous return mixes melancholy with upbeat swagger
- Jan 31, 2013
E pokes his head above the ground and finds a pleasantly optimistic outlook
- Aug 23, 2010
The soundtrack to a divorce lawyer's waiting room
- Jan 15, 2010
Band set to hit the live circuit again this summer
He turns UK capital into a toytown in the band's new video
Frontman rocks out with cold treats in Chelmsford
Eels - Tomorrow Morning: Wikipedia Album Entry
This is the third in a trilogy of concept albums also including Hombre Lobo and End Times . According to Songfacts, whilst Hombre Lobo dealt with desire and unrequited love and End Times with themes of aging, divorce and loss, Tomorrow Morning is a redemptive collection of songs, in which Everett expresses a more optimistic outlook. In Looking Up, for instance, he proclaims that "now I'm feeling sweet, back on my feet."
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