"I think the idea of "soulmates" is a bit cheesy, and probably naive; being born as one half of a puzzle in a box with a billion pieces is romantic sure, but it's also terrifying. How could you possibly find the one you're destined for? They could be halfway across the world, or worse still, born a thousand years before you, or not yet alive while you're on the earth. If there's a system to all this, it seems difficult to spot.
I'm a bit cheesy, and probably a lot naive. This is a song written from the perspective of those who don't think there's a system, and those who know that there is. Its called "Caveman"."
I love the easy feeing and soulful guitar strumming in this song. The warm vocals fit so well. I love the idea behind the song and not to mention the awesome artwork. I could not find any social links for Dean & the Dagumn Space Villans, which adds that much more mysteriousness to the song.
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About the curator - James Nickele
Who am I, you ask? I am just your average jim with a passion for playing and listening to music. I bring to you the best of the best, the songs that will stop time itself, bring you to the present moment, and provide your daily requirement of aesthetic chills. Please enjoy.
For some of my own music check out ‘james waves’ and ‘gorilla social’