Love Is All
Ageing Had Never Been His Friend
Love Is All’s debut LP ‘Nine Times That Same Song’ was one of the most beloved releases of 2006 – adored by critics and fans alike, the Swedish revellers Josephine (vocals, keyboard), Nicholaus (vocals, guitar), Fredrik (saxophone), Markus (drums) and Johan (bass) are back for 2007 with a string of UK dates and a new single.
‘Nothing To Be Done’ is Love Is All’s explosive new single. A cover version of a track by influential C86ers The Pastels, the track bears all the hallmarks of classic Love Is All. “We chose the song simply because we’ve loved it forever,” explains Josephine. “Some people might say we've slaughtered a classic, but It's always hard to make a version of an already perfect pop song!”
A coruscating blast of sawing guitars, squalling saxophone, thundering bass and brain bursting drums, it perfectly showcases Love Is All’s sound; infectious, ecstatic and uncompromising. The single also features one of their debut’s highlights, the surging ‘Ageing Had Never Been His Friend’ - a squalling joyous ode that hits like a main line shot of punk funk adrenaline. This is the reaction a good dose of love will inspire. Especially when it’s from Love is All.
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