LP with download. Have you ever wondered what your friends say behind you back? Not the edited version, the spin or the pitch, but the backstabbing, the barb and the bitch? The Hepburns (Wales) have returned with an album championing the ordinary, the downtrodden and the broken. That said, HOW THE FALLEN ARE MIGHTY also just happens to represent The Hepburns at their cattiest, as they skewer couch surfers, hack writers, sexual taxonomists, civil servants, store greeters and (more often than not) themselves at every turn. With the exception of one track ("Growing Old", a devastating but quite possibly optimistic haiku to the fading mind), HOW THE FALLEN ARE MIGHTY is all barb, all bitch, all the time.
Sad, Free, Excited and Empty
Nobody Loves Me
One More Notch on the Bedpost
Save Your Stories for the Police, Maurice
Persona Non Grata (in Margam Place)
Ken Park: The Man, the Film
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