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Hatcham Social: 'Confessions Of An English Opium Smoker'

Hatcham Social: ‘Confessions Of An English Opium Smoker’

November 24, 2014

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In the last of an exclusive preview series, Hatcham Social release their self-made art movie for ‘Confessions of an English Opium Smoker’. Each of the six films the band have made to accompany songs on their new album have been published on River’s Edge – one per week, with commentaries from band members. Full lyrics below.

 

View all six movies here.

Finn Kidd: “I wrote this as a commentary on the nightlife and parties that we’re involved in, and the cliques and hierarchy you sometimes experience, especially where certain interests or substances are involved, and the negative effect drugs can have on people. The title is a reference to Confessions Of An English Opium Eater by Thomas De Quincey. It’s a wonderful book following his journey through poverty and love of Opium.”

 

 

 

 

 

‘Confessions of an English Opium Smoker’ lyrics

 

Be a part of the party, safety in numbers

Bleached blonde booby-trap, avoiding slumber

Clapton calamity, Hackney hand-me-down

In reflected buslight, her teeth shine bright

 

The first ray of Sun is such a such a sad sight to see

But baby it’s OK if you’re with me

 

Adiós adrenaline, goodbye good-nature

My room is sacred, dare you enter

A clique for the geeks, oh aren’t we loyal

Mucky pups and girls, with lighter and foil

 

First ray of Sun, such a such a sad sight to see

But matey you can’t share it with me

But matey you can’t share it with me

 

Safety in numbers, goodbye good-nature

My room is sacred, dare you enter

 

First ray of Sun, such a such a sad sight to see

But matey you can’t share it with me

But matey you can’t share it with me

 

 

View all the new Hatcham Social films here.

Cutting Up the Present Leaks Out the Future is out now on O Genesis Records.

 

 

 

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