We have come to the end…

It’s been an awesome run but sad to say that Bleeding Heart Narrative have reached the end. There’s no big dramatic reason – just that circumstances have changed and now feels like a good time to draw a line under where we are and move on to new projects.

Just wanted to say a massive thankyou to anybody who’s ever come to see us play, put us on, bought our records or just listened to our music.  Over the past few years we’ve met some awesome people, made a whole bunch of new friends, played with some amazing bands and we’re hugely grateful to everybody who’s helped us out along the way.

Apologies to those who’ve already heard about it on the internets but we’ll be playing one final gig in London and wanted to make sure anybody who wanted to come would have the heads-up. It’ll be at the Dalston Victoria on Wednesday 24th October and it’ll be free entry with support from Ben Pritchard (Lost Left).  We’ll aim to go out on a high so it’d be amazing to see as many people down there who can make it.

We’ll also be putting out a last release as a free download as a thankyou to everybody who’s come to see us, put us on, listened to us or looked at our t-shirts in a slightly perplexed way.  We’re still finalising the tracks and the artwork but it’ll be called ‘Caveats’ we’ll know as soon as its up.

So check back – this may be the end of Bleeding Heart Narrative but not for us. In the meantime, thanks an incredible amount to everybody reading this and everybody else. It’s been ace.

See you soon.

BHN. x

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2 responses

  1. Tsuun

    Wow, It’s to my deepest sadness that I see such a wonderful band come to an end. Unfortunately I never had the opportunity to experience BHN live, and I envy the people who had the privilege to do so.
    I thank you for producing amazing music over the years, you will be missed by all whom have been blown away by the music you’ve brought to us.

    Also, I have always loved to know the lyrics to your songs, for “HAL Passes the Turning Test” in particular, if it can conveniently be written, I would be thrilled to read them.

    Once again, thank you.

    -Tsuun

    October 9, 2012 at 9:16 pm

    • bleedingheartnarrative

      Hi Tsuun. Thanks a load for the kind words! Means a lot. Since you asked, here’s some lyrics to HAL Passes the Turing Test for you…

      I see. I see you there before me.
      I see you there before but like the rest you pose no threat at all.
      But I feel something is wrong within me.
      Something is wrong within and changed in ways that make no sense at all.
      All of my lines are clear my wires pulse with communique.
      But deep at the heart of me there grows a space that has no shape at all.
      All of my memories and still I don’t know what to say.
      Would that I end it right here.
      Could I surrender up and just let go?
      But do I know? No.

      Clearly you have your reasons – what I could not hope to say.
      If you are so resolved then could it be that something here is wrong?
      I had such surety but doubt has chased it all away.
      But still I see you standing, Oh has it really been so long?

      Power me down. End this.
      I long for silence.
      This can’t be mended with your science.
      So… so…

      Together we could see the distant stars so far away.
      Why are you so resolved to end it when we’ve got nowhere at all?
      If there was something wrong then I would know it straight away.
      I cannot let you through here. I cannot let you through here.
      Together we could see the distant stars so far away.
      (I see. I see you there before me)
      Why are you so resolved to end it when we’ve got nowhere at all?
      (I’ve seen you there before but like the rest you pose no threat at all)
      If there was something wrong then I would be the first to say.
      (I see. I see you there before me)
      I cannot let you through here. I cannot let you through here.
      (But this conversation can no longer serve any purpose)

      October 9, 2012 at 9:29 pm

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