, sun-kissed indie pop has scored them support slots with the likes of Inheaven and The Magic Gang, and their singles suggest that they're more than capable of following in the footsteps of their peers.
Liner notes: Crooning with a woozy
flair that suggests he just awoke from a long nap, basso front man Kurt Wagner could be a down-home Lou Reed on this sardonic toe-tapper, wherein he confesses that "the good life is wasted on me.
We're here to give you your pre-med It's easy and no bother Relaxed and woozy
you will be Before your operation Roll over please, yes that will do No need for consternation Now just relax, it will not hurt The needle is quite little Where did you have your holiday?
Broadway, celebrating its first anniversary with "A Wee Bit Woozy
," work by Mary Oleri (below).
In an earlier interview, asked if he planned to be in the delivery room, Cannon had admitted, "I'm not too good with hospitals, I get woozy
Your heart ends up having an irregular beat, which leads you to become woozy
Augmenting the band's dark woozy
dream-pop, the addition of a simple but effective lighting set-up made a big difference to the atmosphere.
PLAN B The Defamation Of Strickland Banks (679) AS the woozy
horns of Love Goes Down blend with Ben Drew's yearning vocal, it's clear that the East London rapper has unveiled a radical Plan B and it's an altogether more soulful affair.
Like reflections in a murky pool, she leaves woozy
, bleeding puddles of pigment on her canvases that could easily be the blotted remnants of last night's makeup.
He said he doesn't have headaches, but still feels woozy
when he lies down.
, electro-tinged psychedelic pop propelled them into the charts in their home country, and success in Spain and Germany followed.
It tastes like Christmas in a cup - and won't leave you feeling woozy
floozy Paris plays Christabelle, the childhood crush of nerdy everyman Nate (not quite B-lister, more like M-lister Joel David Moore).
I started feeling dizzy by about 6 and couldn't stand up straight without feeling woozy
Jake (Cedric The Entertainer) wakes in a strange hotel room, woozy
and disoriented, to find a dead government agent beside him and a suitcase containing EUR250,000.