Limited double 180 gram audiophile vinyl LP pressing. No More Stories, The World Is Grey, I'm Tired, Let's Wash Away is the fifth studio album by the Danish band Mew. It was released in August 2009. No More Stories... was produced by Rich Costey who also produced their breakthrough album Frengers, and is the band's first album as an official three-piece after bass player Johan Wohlert left to spend time with his family, before rejoining the band prior to the release of + -. According to lead vocalist Jonas Bjerre, this album is happier, "dancier", and more upbeat than it's predecessor, And the Glass Handed Kites, which had a dark theme of fear. Bjerre explained the unusually long title of the album to Gaffa: "We originally wanted a short title for the album but we couldn't find sufficiently redemptive words. The final title is the lyrics to the short intermezzo 'Hawaii Dream', and when Bo [Madsen] suggested that we used the complete text as a title it didn't take him long to convince Silas [Utke Graae JÃ¸rgensen] and myself. It was like finding the missing piece in a puzzle".