The Victorian English Gentlemens Club - Bored In Belgium

The track was supposedly inspired by a Belgian man's suicide note, where he claimed it was merely 'boredom' that drove him to it.

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'Bored In Belgium' is the third single to be released from The Victorian English Gentlemens Club's second album 'Love On An Oil Rig'. The track was supposedly inspired by a Belgian man's suicide note, where he claimed it was merely 'boredom' that drove him to it.

"Belgium has one of the highest suicide rates in Europe," say the band. "While we were there we passed 'Happy Street', so named to tackle the issue. It was complete with signs asking people to smile at each one another as they passed in cars. European tours do inevitably involve the 168 mile drive across the flatness - we do get mildly bored by that".