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It wasn’t working any more and we were then ready for him to go.“On a personal level I’d be lying if I said we were best pals at this point.” It’s a beat-heavy record to compensate for not having Jupp’s skills any more, but it has a sparseness that came from keyboardist and producer Craig Potter’s love of hip-hop.He started the album off by sampling other drummers and putting beats together himself. “Elbow have had trying times before and there had to be a first time where it wasn’t fixable.Little Fictions is a record of togetherness from a band who decided they wanted to carry on and still had plenty of music to make. I have to stress that there are no villains in the story.
“When I went to get the music the lads had sent me from Manchester, and as soon as I turned on the wi-fi, all the s**t news poured on to my phone. I’ve been living in Manchester and London now for two years, and it’s not like living in LA or New York.They battled with another label over the lack of promotion for their third album, 2005’s Leaders of the Free World, and were without a deal when they started work on career-best 2008’s The Seldom Seen Kid.And “against it” was exactly the position they found themselves in at the start of 2016 when it came to making Little Fictions, their first album since 2014’s The Take Off and Landing of Everything.“But you go through difficult times and it brings out the best of you.” At his local near Elbow’s Salford Blueprint studios, Garvey enjoys a pint as bandmates Pete Turner and brothers Mark and Craig Potter finish up rehearsals.The singer admits Jupp’s departure was a “shock at first but something that rejuvenated the band’s sound”.