Download The Coral - Chasing The Tail Of A Dream
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Chasing The Tail Of A Dream - The Coral. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. 2015 г. The Coral - Chasing The Tail Of A Dream Taken from the new album 'Distance Inbetween, out The Coral and others on SoundCloud. Preview of the new track 'Chasing The Tail Of A Dream', taken from the upcoming album 'Distance Inbetween' out To download the full version of 'Chasing The Tail Of A Dream' join the official mailing list at . Watch the video for Chasing The Tail Of A Dream from The Coral's Distance Inbetween for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Distance Inbetween. The Coral are a rock band that formed in 1996 in Hoylake, Wirral Peninsula, England. The band consists of James Skelly vocals, guitar, Lee Southall guitar, Paul Duffy bass, Nick Power read more. The band consists of James Skelly vocals, guitar, Lee Southall guitar, Paul Duffy bass, Nick Power keyboards and Ian Skelly drums. The band& read more. Chasing the Tail of a Dream Released: December 26, 2015. Miss Fortune Released: January 20, 2016. Distance Inbetween is the eighth studio album by the English indie rock band The Coral. It's their first album after a five-year hiatus, their first without guitarist Lee Southall and also the first with Southall's replacement, Paul Molloy. The album was released on 4 March 2016. The first single, Chasing the Tail of a Dream, was released on December 26, 2015. The first single, 'Chasing The Tail Of A Dream,' is sort of like that it's about how your dreams can make you, but they can break you. Sometimes, you've got to know when to stop. I probably won't know when to stop it'll probably break me. This song was the catalyst for The Coral to get back together again after a five year hiatus and record the Distance Inbetween album. James Skelly had originally penned the tune for his interim solo band, but when keyboardist Nick Power heard it, he agreed with Skelly that its woozy rhythm was uniquely Coralshaped