Sunday Song Lyric:
Portishead fans can rejoice -- at least those on the far side of the Atlantic. The trip-hop stars will perform at next week's All Tomorrow's Parties festival and the following week at Bristol Academy. According to NME, the latter will be "the first non-festival full band performance the band have played in ten years." A new album is promised for 2008.

"Sour Times" was Portishead's biggest hit in the U.S. It captures the band's trippy musical melange quite well. The song begins:

To pretend no one can find,
The fallacies of morning rose,
Forbidden fruit, hidden eyes,
Courtesies that I despise in me
Take a ride, take a shot now.

'Cause nobody loves me,
It's true,
Not like you do.
The full lyrics are here, and here is a live performance of the song on YouTube.