taken from http://www.myspace.com/waragainstsleepband
Taken from www.waragainstsleep.co.uk , the official website, this is an excerpt from a Review by Kieron Gillen from New Noise
“War Against Sleep (aka Duncan Fleming) has been doing the songwriting thing for a decade now. In this time, he’s released but one single on Silent Age records. In Italy.Otherwise he exists like a ghost on Bristol’s scene, appearing behind a piano, playing smart songs – both in intelligence and the hot pain of a slap against the face – and then disappearing into the night. But things change. Fire, 2004 has offered a single – the rough street grandeur-pop pout of ‘Again Love Smashes Up My Mind’, whose verses alternate between black sociopathy and blank beatification (the point being, of course, both are just contrasting examples of love doing that smashing up the mind thing). And now, an album: ‘Messages’, recorded with assorted Bristol luminaries (Jesse Morningstar, Rasha Mooz and Patrick Strangelove, incestuous small city England fans).This is where I entered this particular tale and, most likely, where you will too. This is what happened.”
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