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But Set the Fire to the Third Bar represented a welcome departure for Lightbody."It really is a love song to Martha's voice," says Lightbody.That’s not to take away from European shows, but it feels like the start of, to quote a movie, “a beautiful friendship”—it’s like the start of something really special for us because we’re playing in Southeast Asia really for the first time.

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Singapore was stunning; it’s one of my favorite shows of the year. On dealing with mainstream consumerism without compromising identity: I think it’s important to never do anything that you see as perpetuating the problem. We’re asked to do adverts everyday and we’re offered lots and lots of money, but I see our music attached to a car or perfume or something and it would make me physically sick.

Even in the dark days of ten years with no hits, from 1994 to 2004, we didn’t do any adverts.

By all means, it’s not all we do,” he recently told Super and other members of the media in an intimate round-table interview at the Edsa Shangri-La Hotel’s Santan Room.

“We’ve always done the strange things as well as the big things, and I think anybody that’s listened to the albums rather than just heard songs on the radio will know that.

Because I was so familiar with her album, I wrote to the dark angel that I thought Martha was.

But she turned out to be one of the sweetest people in the universe, which is always the way."In person, Wainwright does come across as being rather more well adjusted than the torment of her music suggests.

Watch the video: Set the Fire to the Third Bar 'I have had songs written about me before, but it's the first time anyone has ever asked me to sing on one," Martha Wainwright wryly notes about her guest appearance on Snow Patrol's icy new single of yearning desire, Set the Fire to the Third Bar.

Daughter of folk legends Kate Mc Garrigle and Loudon Wainwright III, sister of baroque singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright, Martha had a childhood that was documented in song, particularly by her largely absent father, whose I'd Rather Be Lonely is a merciless account of a year they lived together in New York, when Martha was 14.

He really crossed the line there." Martha returned the favour by celebrating his parenting skills on the subtly titled Bloody Motherf***ing Asshole."We were listening to that album for the hundred millionth time," recalls Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody, "when Garrett [producer Garrett Lee] said, 'I think your voices would work very well together.' "You might not immediately put these two musical forces together.

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