"One Sunday in September, the band got together again after a three-month break. It was one of these electric, impatient, slightly coy rehearsals, which one enters with a combination of excitement and restraint, for fear of creasing the songs as one unpacks them...
The next day, Erwan was acting as a go-between for another get-together, this time with Laurent and Éloïse, at the Waterhouse Records headquarters, i.e. in his flat in the attic where anything can happen, including having a small microphone point at the banjo I always carry around when I come to Paris.
So off we go for an impromptu hinah session to celebrate the occasion; alone with my banjo, I feel naked, with a toneless voice, feverish, trying to get my breath back and remember the lyrics. After a few false starts, the songs are back, except that the minidisc does not seem willing to record them. We start again in no time, and much to my surprise it is easier after that failed attempt. There are still a few wrong notes here and there, but after all I think it sounds nicer that way."
- Martin Leclerc
1 - "Something You Can't Hide"
00:02:50 / 2.58 Mo
2 - "Naked In A Crowd"
00:03:45 / 3.43 Mo
3 - "Pale Or Blue"
00:01:35 / 1.45 Mo
4 - "Where You Are"
00:03:53 / 3.55 Mo
- Lyrics and music: HitchcockGoHome!
- Vocals and banjo: Martin Leclerc
- Recorded on 24 September 2007 by Éloïse Orseau at the Waterhouse Records
studio (many thanks to Erwan Broussine).