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Beach House — 10 Mile Stereo
Album: Teen Dream
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Released: 2010
Length: 4:54
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The heart is a stone and this is a stone that we throw
Put your hand on this stone it's the stone of a home you'll know
They say we will go far but they don't know how far we'll go
With our legs on the edge and our feet on the horizon

They say we can throw far but they don't know how far we throw
With our legs on the edge and our feet on the horizon
The heart is a stone and this is a stone that we throw
They say we will go far but they don't know how far we'll go

It can't be gone
We're still right here
It took so long
Can't say we heard it all
Limbs parallel
We stood so long we fell
Tear a moment from the days
That carry us on forever

This push and pull is the force of a wave of time
In the heat of a night, we would cry, you are not mine
They said we would go far but they didn't know how far we'd go
Cause this heart is a stone and this is a stone that we throw

It can't be gone
We're still right here
It took so long
Can't say we saw it all
Limbs parallel
We stood so long we fell
Bright pyramids at night
That carry us on forever

It can't be gone
We're still right here
It took so long
Can't say we felt it all
Limbs parallel
We stood so long we fell
Love's like a pantheon
It carries on forever
Comments (18)add comment
 Cynaera wrote:
Yes, Fleet Foxes, but a touch of Jon Anderson and/or Yes, too... Very dreamy and spacy (ethereal?). I like it, but will need a few more listens to figure out where it fits in my music-stream... {#Music}
 


Where is neandertal South, Germany ?
 cirruss wrote:

Beach House was around before Fleet Foxes
 
well, maybe. I just checked year (2010).
 cherjr wrote:
yeah, Fleet Foxes rip-off... I checked immediately, whether new album is out - not yet...
 
Beach House was around before Fleet Foxes

OK but too derivative and banal to me. (I couldn't written this comment before my RP days.)

yeah, Fleet Foxes rip-off... I checked immediately, whether new album is out - not yet...
 jagdriver wrote:

You must have Graham confused with his singing partner, David "Sperm Donor" Crosby.

 
Graham had a pretty high voice....I thought he typically took the upper harmony, while David took the middle.

 Cynaera wrote:
Yes, Fleet Foxes, but a touch of Jon Anderson and/or Yes, too... Very dreamy and spacy (ethereal?). I like it, but will need a few more listens to figure out where it fits in my music-stream... {#Music}
 


I was thinking Fleet Foxes meets Postal Service.
 bbryan wrote:
What is up with all these bands with the high-end male-ish singers of late a la Fleet Foxes? I get the feeling that Graham Nash must have fathered an awful lot of kids in his heyday.
 
You must have Graham confused with his singing partner, David "Sperm Donor" Crosby.

I'm hearing Sioxsie Sue.
What is up with all these bands with the high-end male-ish singers of late a la Fleet Foxes? I get the feeling that Graham Nash must have fathered an awful lot of kids in his heyday.


 lisapizza58 wrote:
The lead singer is female —  SinisterDexter wrote:


Agreed. He tries to hit those high notes and misses.
 
 

I stand corrected, thanks.  However, my assessment is the same.
The lead singer is female —  SinisterDexter wrote:


Agreed. He tries to hit those high notes and misses.
 


 chyk5 wrote:
Shrill.
 

Agreed. He tries to hit those high notes and misses.
Saw these guys at Coachella ~ my favorite song of theirs is still Zebra

Shrill.


I thought at first that this was Keane — I like the ethereal vocals and strings — quite nice.  I'll have to find out more about this band.{#Bounce}
Yes, Fleet Foxes, but a touch of Jon Anderson and/or Yes, too... Very dreamy and spacy (ethereal?). I like it, but will need a few more listens to figure out where it fits in my music-stream... {#Music}
Someone's been listening to Fleet Foxes.