The former Felice Brother and Duke & The King man's new EP features the popular cut from his solo debut plus 4 unreleased tracks from the same recording sessions The new EP features 'New York Times' (taken from 'Simone Felice') alongside four unreleased out-takes from the debut album sessions, three of which are previously unheard. In Simone's own words: "'War Movie' was one of the first songs I wrote for the album. I recorded it around the same time as 'Charade', maybe the same day. Later on my brother James played the most haunted, subtle accordion on it, which I loved and still do. And though this one moved me just as much as any of the songs that made the album, I kept it off, for one of those weird reasons that seem so important when you make the final cut, but often turn out to be meaningless as time goes by." "Why War Movie? Because love is a war. Love is a mad horse, and hard to catch, its mouth foams, it hobbles, it dances drunk from tree to tree in the dark and screams your name in the fray..."