About “Only The Lonely (TV Version)”
“Only The Lonely (TV Version)” is a hidden song by The Motels from their album Apocalypso.
Instrumental mix used in TV appearances. Written by Martha Davis.
Apocalypso is the fourth studio album by American new wave band The Motels, recorded in 1981 but rejected by Capitol Records and not released until 2011. The album showcases the band’s unique blend of new wave, pop rock, and alternative elements, creating a distinct and atmospheric sound.
With lead singer Martha Davis’s captivating vocals and the band’s tight instrumentation, Apocalypso presents a collection of introspective and emotionally charged songs. Tracks like “Mission of Mercy” and “Apocalypso” highlight the band’s ability to create moody, atmospheric landscapes while maintaining catchy hooks and memorable melodies.
The album’s lyrics delve into themes of love, desire, and self-reflection, often exploring darker and more introspective territory. The Motels’ signature sound, characterized by Davis’s expressive vocals and the band’s tight musicianship, captivates listeners and draws them into a world of emotional depth and introspection.
Apocalypso is a testament to The Motels’ ability to create compelling and thought-provoking music that remains relevant and captivating to this day.
How to find “Only The Lonely (TV Version)”
On CD: Go directly to track #17
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