Sunny Forecast

by Pilod

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Listen to the wind blow, drying your cold skin out this winter, lips crack, without noise effect/ no, I’ve never been that talkative, all I know you should stay here, read my lips/ It is time to leave your legacy, It was great to have served you, we all have witnessed you rise and fall/now we just sit still waiting for you to leave, the deliverance will be celebrated, this brings happiness again, the pleasure of looking forward to your farewell party, sunny forecast/what we need is a sense of timing, an eye for seeing when to disappear, you’ve put that destination on a road map, this should be the final outlook, we will arrive but once we’ve prayed, we’re great in losing ourselves in morals we’ve heard, we are arriving at your home/please don’t try to break a leg, girl why would you hurt yourself, your speculations about the future are about to erase most of your past, you got stuck in a dream/ I had a plan to make us succeed, but you made me fall by the wayside, what made you choose to leave the path, prefer the lie over the truth/It’s in your bones, determined, you took a step it brought off victory, it felt so strange, can it assure you?/I start saving heart-warming glow, I want to take a break in the conversation, the timing is very dear to my heart, I hibernate. I have noticed, you have a certain interest in me, I crossed your thoughts, It hurt me, I should have approached you differently, now I regret, and you need to look outside a different window.


released November 4, 2013

Music by Pilod
Lyrics by Frédéric Baervoets
Recorded en Mixed by Christophe Vandewoude
Mastered by Uwe Teichert
Cello on "Wind Blow" by Barbara Vanholme
Drums on "Read my lips" by Gaëtan Vandewoude
Artrock by Enzo Cloetens
Cover photo by Annelies Vanneycken
Band video stills
by Lode Caron



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Pilod Leuven, Belgium

Wringing guitars and hidden melodies, which are indebted to their early roots music in the nineties , are still the basics , but evolve by the new line-up to a different sound. Whether it is somber urgency , threatening explosiveness or a hypnotic procession pace, the songs take their time to develop and receive live a direct and intense impact. ... more


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