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- Posted on Apr 19th 2011 1:30PM by Cameron Matthews
"[It] starts out with Keith, the mechanic in Mitcham who keeps my car alive," Murphy tells Spinner. "Attack seagulls were in Sheringham, Norfolk. The crowds I shot crouching under an umbrella outside the exit of a tube station. The inky silhouetted branches in black and white were shot on the banks of the Thames at Westminster, beside the Houses of Parliament."
"The hands and roses and the man's hands comforting a woman were the funeral of a British soldier at Wootton Bassett, killed in Afghanistan," he continues. "I had been there in the summer and noticed the grieving families placing roses on the roof of the hearse -- a moment appropriate to mix with lyrics about war widows."