12" LP of Unconditional Loop, in high gloss die-cut cover with explanatory booklet.
Cover by Simon Strong. Photo by Rosie Adams.
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After you’d taken off all of your make-up and all of your clothes and all of your everything else there was one thing left behind somewhere between your body and your mind. And you turned out the light... It made no difference. The moon too bright behind the clouds coming through the curtains. I could make out every detail. All the beautiful engravings. And when I gave it to you I never took a photograph. I figured you could make the call yourself. It could be me or it could be someone else. It never even occurred to me to check the face in the heart that hung on a chain around your neck.
I turned toward the window. A storm was coming down. The wind and rain lashed the seaside town but snug beneath through the eiderdown we held each other and the room span around.
Out into the half-light. How did I get so bruised overnight? The broken trees, a twisted road sign. Bus shelter casts jewels beneath your feet.
Cubic zirconium. Cubic zirconium.
And we looked out at all the destruction around us and we wondered if it was perhaps the fault of our own excess of sexual abandon of the previous evening after we had seen the Spacemen 3 at The Zap Club. And you wore those old-fashioned boots I used to like. Yeah.