Daggers checked in with fans on their blog at MySpace on Sunday (December 7). The Manchester electro pop group tell readers:
We have been sat in our Scabbard for 26 hours a day, for longer than it’s worth mentioning and we have written a selection of songs which, from an entirely objective point of view, are very likely to change the entire world as we know it.
Writing songs of such extraordinary magnitude is a very stressful, psychotic affair. That’s probably one of the reasons why Michael Jackson has gone “mental”.
In the midst of this cranial thundercloud, we decided to have some fun.
The Whole Of The Moon is one of the greatest songs of all time. A song so dear to our hearts it hurts. In the middle of the night a few weeks ago, we loaded our veins with as much sweets and pop as we could find and, barely, managed to record a version of this song for you to listen to.
Think of it as a festive gift.
Their take on The Waterboys classic ‘The Whole Of The Moon’ has since been removed from their MySpace player.