Produced by Ben Howard & Chris Bond. Album I Forget Where We Were. I Forget Where We Were Lyrics. Hey, I wasn't listening I was watching Syria Blinded by the sunshine strip And you, you were in the kitchen Oh your mariner's mouth The wounded with the wounder's whip. And that's how summer passed The great dividing range The green, green grass And oh, maybe it was peace at last, who knew. Hey, I wasn't listening I was stung by all of us The blind leading out the bored And as per usual You were skipping and laughing Eyes at the bedroom door "Don't take it so seriously, only time is ours, the rest we'll just wait and see!' Maybe you're right babe Maybe. That's how summer passed: the great dividing range, the green, green, grass And oh maybe I'll hold on fast To you.
I Forget Where We Were Ben Howard. Listen on Apple Music. 10 Songs, 54 Minutes. Released: 20 Oct 2014. 2014 Ben Howard Music Limited, under exclusive licence to Island Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited. See All. Every Kingdom.
hangs together well, his David Gray/Damien Rice-like vocals resting on a bed of skittering drums, crafty guitar and fedback chords. Individual tracks take their time to get going (only one song here comes in under four minutes) and numbers such as opener Small Things break after two or three minutes to build back up from a pleasant plod to a sustained fug of sound. Ben Howard knows how to work, taking the listener from joy to pain in 'I Forget Where We Were' is no different, an album incredibly well done. Strange to say that none of the 10 songs come close to being bad, 'Time Is Dancing' is stunning beautiful, voice, instrument, everything fits incredibly well.
Guitar craft: Ben Howard’s second album, I Forget Where We Were. The million-selling, Mercury-nominated Totnes singer-songwriter Ben Howard’s second album, produced like its predecessor Every Kingdom by otum Chris Bond, hangs together well, his David Gray/Damien Rice-like vocals resting on a bed of skittering drums, crafty guitar and fedback chords.