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- Posted on Jan 31st 2011 7:15PM by Adam Horne
"We all share a passion for [Gilliam's] animation, Renaissance paintings, etc." singer and guitarist Xavier Boyer tells Spinner. "We tried to blend it all together and we added a psychedelic touch to it."
But this is no strict biblical storytelling--the band themselves describe it as a "bit of a re-take on the Adam & Eve myth." The difference is in the ending. "Adam doesn't eat the apple, Eve gets kicked out, and poor Adam ends up on his own with a bunch of animals," according to Boyer.
The band found inspiration for the jaunty tune by drawing parallels from their own rock 'n' roll lifestyle. "Sometimes, you meet people after concerts who flirt openly with you and make sure you know that they would be interested in doing certain things with you," Boyer tells Spinner. "Fortunately or unfortunately, you're not interested."
Have a look at the exclusive premiere of 'Darlin' (Adam & Eve Song)' below.