After All

Pierre Bastin & Astrid De Haes

It’s about a relationship between a man and its surroundings. They love each other very much, and the power of the relationship is something that gets in the way.” It’s an intriguing prospect and one largely underpinned by the fragility of those relationships. “It creates insecurities,” Bush continues, “It’s saying if the man could become his environment and his environment the man, if they could make a deal, to change places, that they’d understand what it’s like to be the other one and perhaps it would clear up misunderstandings. You know, all the little problems; there would be no problem.” (An adaptation of Kate Bush’s text where she explains her song Running up that hill)