Tag: June Gloom
The first official song to appear after the sudden, tragic death of Elliott Smith, it’s perhaps his darkest, most moving composition.
One of the final singles by the Swedish superstars ABBA would prove to be one of its most subtle singles.
A fine moment of dark Eurodisco from one of the best imports of the early 1990s.
A fine, sublime example of the greatness that is Mark Eitzel.
The early 1990s-era Pet Shop Boys singles offered up some of their best work as mere b-sides. This track, from 1994, is a lost classic.
Another wonderfully upbeat country song about cruel fates and little girls.
A dystopian daydream about the positive aspect of human captivity at the hands of benevolent aliens.
The gloomiest of the gloomiest? Good luck not tearing up
“The reality check is in the mail.”
Love ’em or hate ’em, Coldplay once excelled at dark, introspective, moody ballads. Here’s a fine one that we adore.