FM presents | Tiny Eyes

‘Falling’ is the rather ideal prelude to Tiny Eyes (Joel Evans) psychedelic lo-fi pop delight. The vividly engaging video – shot on an iPhone (half the footage through rave glasses) – serve as the perfect accompaniment for this “sophisticated nod to the ingenuous lyrical prowess of his heroes.”…


Girl
Asleep on my bed
Still in your shoes
Dressed like an accident scene
With your hair tangled and wild
Framed by the moonlight
So soft and serene
You said
You don’t make promises to anyone
You don’t make promises, but

In the morning
When the birds ring out their hearts
In a dawn symphony
And I’m falling
And I’m falling into you
Will you fall into me
Fall into me

We
Drove home late
Stopped at the red light
You turned round to kiss me and let
Go of the brakes
We lurched and you laughed
And we’re always so dangerously close, but
You don’t want belongingness to anyone
You don’t want belongingness

In the morning
When the birds ring out their hearts
In a dawn symphony
And I’m falling
And I’m falling into you
Will you fall into me
Fall into me
Fall into me

In the morning
When the birds ring out their hearts
In a dawn symphony
And I’m falling
And I’m falling into you
Will you fall into me
Fall into me

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