Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke says that at its heart, the band’s third album ‘Intimacy’ is an account of his split with his last partner, and if he warned the other half of his break-up about the CD’s content. “I had to let the people know, because obviously the record’s coming out and it’s kind of a two-sided story,” Kele explained to Australia’s Time Off magazine. “I had to warn them because there are elements of the life that we shared that people would be able to recognize, and it wouldn’t be fair not to warn them. But I dunno, maybe that’s kind of the price; that’s what you must expect when you go out with a musician, that aspects of your life will become other people’s property.”
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