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конец солнечных дней – «мне никогда не было весело с тобой»

Or to give the translated title which is I Have Never Had Fun With You By the End of Sunny Days which is an intriguing mix of songs from this Omsk based band. The songs are full of jangling sounds with sombre, deadpan delivered vocals. Whilst I have no idea what they are singing about the translated song titles suggest it could well be a mix of doom and gloom. And then some more. Still, it’s an interesting mix of indiepop/post-punk and regardless of the language my ears like this!

4 comments on “конец солнечных дней – «мне никогда не было весело с тобой»

  1. Valentina
    March 12, 2019

    (tried to translate, don’t judge too harsh)
    we will always find a reason to be sad,
    even when there is no reason
    and you do not want to hang out
    you are just waiting for your passing(/death)

    we are suffocating in the animal pens
    it’s your senseless longing,
    because of a dream not embodied
    we able to say goodbye and leave.

  2. Valentina
    March 12, 2019

    (tried to translate)
    we will always find a reason to be sad,
    even when there is no reason
    and you do not want to hang out
    you are just waiting for your passing

    we are suffocating in the animal pens
    it’s your senseless longing,
    because of a dream not embodied
    we able to say goodbye and leave.

  3. Valentina
    March 12, 2019

    sorry, posted twice, don’t know how everything works here

  4. Tom
    March 12, 2019

    Thanks Valentina. I still don’t know how anything works and i have had the blog for over six years!

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