Quasimodo's Gift (卡西莫多的礼物) - Short Movie
Bedside Story (枕边故事)

Bedside Story (枕边故事)

1. About the song

Released on September 19, 2014.

“Bedside Story (枕边故事)” is not what you would call a “big” song, with only a guitar for accompaniment; however, the lyrics are simple and touching. They relate the fairy tale story of a princess who falls in love with a frog, marries him against the family objections, and then they go away to live happily ever after.

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Bomb Squad (拆弹专家)

Bomb Squad (拆弹专家)

1. About the song

Released on August 26, 2014.

“Bomb Squad (拆弹专家)” was another composition by Danish indie rock band Dúné and arranged by Dúné and Bernard Zheng. Zhao Zhisheng, a young lyricist, wrote the rebellious and humorous lyrics. The style of the song is indie rock with imaginative, catchy lyrics. Vocals throughout the song are high-pitched and are accompanied by a chorus of children’s voices along with repeated rhythmic drumming and clapping sound effects. These stylings make the song novel, interesting, and easy for Martians to sing along with.

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Glimmer (微光)
Let You Go

Let You Go

1. About the song

Released on August 29 2014.

As soon as Hua Chenyu arrived home one day, he sat down at the piano and began to compose. “Let You Go” was the result. Beginning with the first harmony, the melody was already established, and Hua Chenyu was able to record the music as he played and sang. In his own words, it was “a song written in a song’s time.”

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Ashes from Fireworks (烟火里的尘埃)

Ashes from Fireworks (烟火里的尘埃)

1. About the song

Released on August 26, 2014.

After listening to the demo for “Ashes From Fireworks”, Hua Chenyu felt that the delicate melody was quite suitable for his voice and decided to include it in this album. Xi Lou wrote the song in 2012 to comfort himself while going through a difficult time. The song was similar to the deeply personal song, “I Am What I Am“, covered by Hua Chenyu during the Super Boy 2013 competition. “Ashes From Fireworks” was not the typical kind of song that people were used to hearing.

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