Saturday, March 22, 2014

Lyrics: Lane 8 ft. Lucy Stone - Nothing You Can Say



Nothing You Can Say
Lane 8 ft. Lucy Stone


Send me to the darkest side of town
Sinking further into solid ground
I'm running circles as I start to count
The streets are empty, beating heart unwound

There's nothing you can say
to change my mind
There's nothing you can do
that I haven't tried
When even the lines that keep us out of sight break in two

Lyrics courtesy of Lane 8. Single included in Lane 8's "The One EP" released February 10, 2014 on Anjunabeats.



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The One:
01. Lane 8 ft. Patrick Baker - The One (Original Mix)
02. Lane 8 ft. Lucy Stone - Nothing You Can Say (Original Mix)
03. Lane 8 ft. Patrick Baker - The One (Klangkarussell Remix)

With a #1 Hype Machine record under his belt, San Francisco's Lane 8 has been a star of the 2013 underground with support from Majestic Casual, BBC Radio 1's B.Traits and tastemakers across the board.

Off the back of a release on French Express and "Be Mine", one of the many highlights on #1 iTunes Dance album "Anjunadeep 05", Lane 8 aka Daniel Goldstein returns to the label with two classy deep grooves that merge his unique melodic textures with a new vocal leaning.

Sounding like a cross between Tale Of Us, French Express and Cyril Hahn, lead track "The One" is a slow-burning, deep melodic gem with Patrick Baker's vocals adding an extra layer of catchiness. With early support coming from Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1 and The Magician on his infamous Magic Tape series, "The One" already looks like a future Lane 8 classic.

Showcasing Daniel's versatility, the more indie-pop flavoured "Nothing You Can Say" features the wistful, uplifting vocals of hotly tipped songstress Lucy Stone alongside a melodic, summery electronic dance backing.

After the success of Sonnentanz, one of 2013's biggest dance tracks, Klangkarussell turn in a monster of a remix of "The One". Having built up a reputation for delicate feel-good melodies, they showcase a much darker side on this one, with a no nonsense beast full of raw bass and distorted vocals.