What does Always New Depths mean?

Search Login

Bloc Party: Always New Depths Meaning


No tags, suggest one.

Always New Depths Lyrics

Always New Depths

All the clouds are black
Mother is cried out
Someone else broke my fall
I don't remember
Internationally bastardised
Internationally tongue-tied
The truth is I'm not sorry
It's bigger than the both of us
A pillar of...

  1. anonymous
    click a star to vote
    Mar 11th 2008 report

    Think that it's reffering about unwanted paternity.
    The vocabulary used contains reference to family and childhood: mother, bastardized, "Crawling round on all fours" refers to baby prior their learning walking stage. Maybe "they got yourself curl into a circle" is a reference to a foetus.

    The text, either a kind of a letter written to his child or a the father confronting his son, relates to someone who fled fatherhood, unwilling to cope with that kind of responsibilities nor stay with the mother he didn't really love.
    "You're my work of art" line sounds a bit more optimistic though.

More Bloc Party song meanings ยป


Latest Articles


Submit Your Interpretation

[ want a different song? ]

Just Posted

The Game anonymous
Towards The Sun anonymous
Love Love Love anonymous
It's Probably Me anonymous
Independence Day Cam14
Hero anonymous
Kiss Me More anonymous
Detention anonymous
Where Did Our Love Go anonymous
Gold Forever anonymous
Take Me Back anonymous
Dusk Till Dawn anonymous
Can We Kiss Forever? anonymous
Nobody Can Save Me anonymous
Gotta Get Away anonymous

Get a weekly email update

(We won't give out your email)

Latest Releases

Dancin' In The Moonlight
Chris Lane
The Kind Of Love We Make
Luke Combs
More Than Life
Machine Gun Kelly
Skin Of My Teeth
Demi Lovato
Welcome To The Circus
Five Finger Death Punch
Live Fast Die Numb
Iann Dior
Rock And A Hard Place
Bailey Zimmerman
Cash In Cash Out
Pharrell Williams