THE VERVE - LOVE IS NOISE [SkidVid_XviD], single/video released in UK August 11th 2008.
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'Love Is Noise' is a song by English alternative rock band The Verve and is the second track on their fourth album, 'Forth'. It was released as the first single from the album on August 3rd 2008 as a digital download, with the physical release on August 11th 2008 in the United Kingdom. The song received its first airplay by Zane Lowe on BBC Radio 1 on June 23rd 2008. Lyrically, the song is clearly influenced by William Blake's "And did those feet in ancient time", commonly known as 'Jerusalem', with its "Do those feet in modern times/Walk on soles that are made in China?", and allusion to "Bright prosaic malls" instead of "dark Satanic mills". This is the second time Richard Ashcroft has referenced Blake, following 1995's 'History'. The single debuted on the UK Singles Chart at No.5 after its first week of release via online download alone. The following week the song peaked at No.4 and has so far stayed 5 weeks on the Top 10. It is currently having great success around Europe, reaching the singles Top 20 there, and also achieving the Top 10 in Ireland and Italy.
The video for the song was released on the band's Myspace. The video mixes up shots of the band performing in a dimly-lit room, with frontman Richard Ashcroft sitting on the floor, with montages of other images, including snow-capped mountains, a dancer and a woman with an eagle.
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