We've updated our Terms of Use. You can review the changes here.

I Know What You Are (feat. Billordo)

by The Alien Cormorant

/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

      £1 GBP  or more

     

about

Commenting on the meaning behind the song, Billordo says: “In 2017 and 2018 I toured the UK. I travelled from North to South playing in all the main cities. People from the music scene made me feel very happy and welcome. They received me well. They took care of me. They made me feel like their family. Like someone who lived there. But ‘the system’ and some of those people who see the world differently from me - who I know all too well in Argentina, they are all over the world, made me feel that I was an outsider… an unwelcome visitor. So, I now want to say in this song that I know what you are… and I will never forget”.

The Alien Cormorant says of the collaboration: “It has always been an ambition of mine to work with Billordo. I had known of him for a few years and finally in 2017, I had the honour of spending some time with him in person. We chatted about collaborating on some songs, but never did anything about it. Now we have, and I’m delighted that we’ve taken influences from the music we both grew up listening to, bands like The Ramones, Magazine, Stiff Little Fingers and The Clash”.

credits

released February 19, 2021
Music: Alan Cormack
Words: Diego Billordo

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

The Alien Cormorant Dundee, UK

The Alien Cormorant is the moniker of Dundee born musician, producer and video maker Alan Cormack. He has composed soundtracks for numerous films and BAFTA nominated video games and recently worked with legendary producer Steve Albini. Alan is a member of Scottish indie pioneers Spare Snare. ... more

contact / help

Contact The Alien Cormorant

Streaming and
Download help

Report this track or account

If you like The Alien Cormorant, you may also like: