Rabbits On The Run

S2S is proud to present Vanessa Carlton. "Rabbits on the Run” was recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in London capturing a creepy and fantastical sound with themes like betrayal, ill health and losing loved ones to the military. Carlton had chosen a melancholy approach to her songs, advising fans to continue on with their lives after heartbreak in “Carousel”.

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Rabbits On The Run by Vanessa Carlton

 

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"Rabbits on the Run” was recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in London capturing a creepy and fantastical sound with themes like betrayal, ill health and losing loved ones to the military. Carlton had chosen a melancholy approach to her songs, advising fans to continue on with their lives after heartbreak in “Carousel”. Her soothing vocal fluctuates following the tempo, guided by the piano, soft violin, hand-clapped beats, children’s choir and tambourine.

 

Track List:

1. Carousel
2. I Don’t Want To Be A Bride
3. London
4. Fairweather Friend
5. Hear The Bells
6. Dear California
7. Tall Tales For Spring
8. Get Good
9. The Marching Line
10. In The End

 

What They Say:

Carlton said that her focus was not to churn “Rabbits On The Run” into hits but instead “build a really cool cabin—a place I want to drink whiskey in and hang out until the sun rises”.

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“It’s really easy to write things that have happened in the past, or what hasn’t happened yet. But when you’re in it…I wrote 13 to 15 pages of single paced teeny font typed pages of lyrics,” she said. 

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What We Say:

Carlton wrote “I Don’t Want To Be A Bride” to represent her point of view and female philosophy on falling in love heading towards wedded bliss. She was 30 when she wrote singles for “Rabbits On The Run” and felt the tension of settling down. She showcases her improved vocal works that shines time and time again.

 

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