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  • Elbow Lippy Kids The first track to emerge from Elbow's upcoming fifth album via a live studio video posted on their website is a typically bruised and beautiful spine-tingler.

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  • They play one of only three songs tonight from Elbow's pre-Mercury days, 2005's "Puncture Repair", a song about leaning on a friend who "patches you up", and the rest of the band join them soon after.

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  • Led by singer- songwriter Guy Garvey, Elbow's seven-song, 50-minute set went by in a satisfying flash, the music propelled by warm professionalism.

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  • Elbow's "The Seldom Seen Kid" is on my playlist at the moment.

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  • Even in Elbow's softer songs, however, these shadows linger darkly, most impressively tonight in "The Loneliness of the Tower Crane Driver" – the song Elbow campaigned to play at the 2008 Mercury prize ceremony, a song about the crushed dreams of a manual worker, rather than one of their album's more conventional ballads.

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  • They joined DJs including Lauren Laverne, Jarvis Cocker and Elbow's Guy Garvey on 6 Music, which has gone from digital flop to a cornerstone of the BBC's radio strategy in less than 12 months.

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  • Will Elbow's new album title reclaim grammar's least-loved piece of punctuation from Facebook commenters and literary snobs?

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  • The Unthanks are just as devoted to musical atmospheres as they are to unadorned folk storytelling – one reason why, perhaps, in 2008 they came close to being the first folk band to win the Mercury music prize when their second album, The Bairns, finished runner-up to Elbow's The Seldom Seen Kid.

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  • Elbow's new album working title: Lippy Kid is nigh; thanks to download culture, it may be Elbow's last full-length, according to Guy Garvey.

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  • The title "Not a Job," from Elbow's 2004 release Cast of Thousands, is dripping with bittersweetness.

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