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  • the head and the heart grubunun üçüncü albümü, eylül 2016'da warner bros. etiketiyle çıktı. dinleyince kendini liseli hissetmeyen bizden değildir.
    1. all we ever know / 2. city of angels / 3. rhytym&blues / 4. false alarm / 5. dreamer /
    6. library magic / 7. turn it out / 8. colors / 9. take a walk / 10. oh my dear / 11. i don't mind /
    12. your mother's eyes / 13. signs of light (albüme adını veren şarkı)
    ***sözleri***
    i'll wait by your bed for signs of light
    they say that you're gone
    but i know you're alright
    i wanna be there when you open your eyes
    it's been so long
    you've been barely alive
    when you sleep what do you dream?
    i need to know you're thinking of me

    going to bed alone again
    don't know when you're coming home again
    going to bed alone again
    don't know when you're coming home again

    i'll wait by your bed for signs of light
    they say that you're gone
    but i know you're alright
    i wanna be there when you open your eyes
    it's been so long
    you've been barely alive
    when you sleep what do you dream?
    i need to know you're thinking of me
    i need to know you're thinking of me

    i should've called ya' to hold on
    you gotta fix yourself up before taking off
    cause it's you, it's you that you're running from
    ıt's you, it's you that keeps hanging on
    cause it's you, it's you that you're running from
    it's you, it's you that keeps hanging on

    i need to know you're thinking of me
    i need to know you're thinking of me

    rolling stone değerlendirmesi:
    ''seattle folk-rock artisans the head and the heart have always been admirably honest about their rustic notions of musicality, celebrating uncluttered craft, homey detail and vérité revelation. you can still hear it on their third lp – "drawn to that sorta library magic," they sing beautifully over an acoustic weave. yet signs of light also sees them beef up their sound with sweeping rock guitars and radio-aware production that can sometimes feel overblown (see the mumford-size stomp of the title track). things work better when they balance the impulse to hulk things up with their natural traditionalist intimacy; on "take a walk", stately jangle backs vocalist jon russell's lyrics about processing relationship stress in real time, and the drolly sweet "false alarm" could be a mountain-scented lost track from fleetwood mac's mirage – a throwback that feels cozy and stylish at the same time.''