Arbeitsblatt: Leseverstehen NW4 Unit 1 Music to my ears

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Leseverstehen zu Unit 1 aus dem Lehrmittel New World 4 mit Verständnisfragen auf Deutsch. Text eher anspruchsvoll.
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Name: Lernzielkontrolle – English New World 4 Unit 1 Music to my ears Du liest einen Text zur Entstehung des Songs «Heat waves» von Glass Animals und beantwortest danach einige Verständinsfragen zum Text. Good luck – you can do this! Lernziel Ich kann aus mehreren Antworten die richtige bestimmen (Fragen 1,5,8) Ich kann aus einem Text einzelne Ereignisse chronologisch aufzählen (Fragen 2,3,6) Ich kann einzelne Sachinformationen aus einem Text sinngemäss wiedergeben (Fragen 4, 7, 9) Ich kann Vokabular sinngemäss ( aus dem Textzusammenhang heraus) übersetzen (Fragen 10-12) Punkte (max. 12) e. t.e. n.e. Name: The Real Meaning Behind Heat Waves By Glass Animals BY HAYLEY PEPPIN/UPDATED: MAY 31, 2022 11:02 AM EDT British band Glass Animals have been coming in hot with the release of their effervescent yet hazy hit Heat Waves. The four-person pop band, headed by lead singer Dave Bayley, was formed back in 2010 and have been cooking up an eclectic mix of psychedelic pop, electronic, indie rock and R&B influenced music since their inception. While the childhood friends have steadily released tune after tune — their 2014 harp-infused song Gooey made the Spotify rounds — it wasnt until Heat Waves hit the scene that the Oxford band received international success. Heat Waves is Glass Animals fourth song from their third studio album Dreamland. The album, originally slated for July 2020 release, was postponed until Aug. 7, 2020, which Bayley explained on Instagram was as sign of respect for the Black Lives Matters movement (per NME). The Glass Animals frontman has been fairly open about the origins of the album and its star song Heat Waves — which took just one weird peak pandemic night to write. Bayley told Billboard, . This happened in an hour late at night. The guitar came first. was like, Im going to write this long chord pattern.\ After fumbling about on the guitar and looking into space — Bayley got the hook. It so bonkers. It never happens like that. If you spend enough time in studio f***ing around, eventually all the notes will form some kind of catchy sequence, he said. Find out the real meaning of the song below. Heat Waves is about realizing you cant make everyone happy On the surface, the psychedelic pop song Heat Waves seems to be typical heartache ballad. The lyrics suggest Dave Bayley cant give his ex what they deserve as he croons, You just need better life than this. You need something can never give. But further along, it clear his decision to part ways is considerate and unselfish. Now gotta let you go. Youll be better off in someone new. dont wanna be alone. You know it hurts me too. The danceable beat and colorful productions certainly contrasts from the song overall melancholy mood — which makes sense given Bayley said he was in weird place when he penned it. Bayley told Billboard his late night songwriting occurred during an emotionally vulnerable time of year for him. I was in weird place. There certain time of year where always start to feel bit s**t, because lost someone really important to me, and round their birthday, start to feel bit weird. . It was coming up to that period and it was late at night. Hence the lyric. [Late nights in the middle of June.] So was sitting back and feeling nostalgic and reflective, Bayley said. Bayley explained that while Heat Waves is about realizing you cant make everyone happy and that it okay to be defeated by something (per ABC). With the music and entertainment industry at standstill in 2020, the Glass Animals frontman said he wanted to give back to venues and fans with Heat Waves. Dave Bayley called his hit song a love letter to live music and the culture and togetherness surrounding it as result of lockdown restrictions, per NME. Glass Animals themselves had canceled world tour, per RMP. Name: Despite quiet 2020 on the tour front, the London-based group have been anything but idle over the past 12 months. Aside from releasing their album Dreamland, they put on virtual performances and rolled out various lockdown-filmed music videos — Heat Waves included, of course. And while the song doesnt directly mention the loss of the music industry in its lyrics, it certainly palpable in the accompanying music video. On the day of its release — the same as the single — Bayley explained that the Heat Waves video is meant to reference the sentiments in the song.about being defeated and unable to save something. but tweaked the context little. The creatively produced video sees Dave Bayley wander the silent quarantined streets of London while towing pile of music gear. Neighbors peer through their windows, filming the singer slowmoving journey with their iPhones. Bayley eventually ends up at concert venue and sings to an empty audience, while his bandmates play on screens of old televisions. The video is made all the more poignant as it closes out on sold out poster of their canceled Dreamland tour. These are people who are usually out at shows, in galleries, going to cinemas . These venues are left empty now, and many of them will not survive. The song is about loss and longing, and ultimately realizing you are unable to save something. and this video is about that but for art, being together, and human contact, Bayley said. Shooting the video was emotional for Bayley, who likened the experience to live show with fans filming. When everyone was leaning out of their windows filming, felt that same sense of togetherness and spine-tingling energy that happened at live shows. It made the coldness of performing to an empty room with the band stuck on screens feel even more heart-breaking, he said. Heat Waves now sits at more than 227 million plays on Spotify — surpassing their previous hit Gooey — and has been on the Billboard charts for 28 weeks. [Quelle: Stand Juli 2022] Name: 1. Die Band Glass Animals existiert seit 2014 2010 2020 2. Schreibe hier kurz auf, wie die Band erfolgreich wurde (erste bekannte Single, etc.) . . 3. Das Album Heat Waves sollte wann veröffentlicht werden? Wann wurde es schlussendlich veröffentlicht? 4. Wie lange brauchte Frontmann Dave Bayley, um den Song «Heat Waves» zu schreiben? 5. Folgende Textzeile kommt im Song «Heat Waves» vor? Du kannst nicht alle glücklich machen Blick in den Weltraum Nun muss ich dich gehen lassen 6. Wann kam die Musik- und Entertainmentbranche zum Stillstand? Was machte die Band Glass Animals daraufhin? 7. Was möchte das Video zu Heat Waves gemäss Dave Bayley aufzeigen? 8. Was zieht der Sänger im Video in seinem Wagen hinter sich her? Ein Haufen Musikgeräte Ein Haufen Haushaltsgeräte Ein Haufen Kleidung 9. Was hat Dave Bayley beim Musikvideodreh zu «Heat Waves» gefühlt? Name: 10. Übersetze «steadily» im Textzusammenhang: 11. Übersetze «surface» im Textzusammenhang: 12. Übersetze «Shooting» im Textzusammenhang: