Science vs. Romance

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"Science vs. Romance"
Single by Rilo Kiley
from the album Take-Offs and Landings
B-side About the Moon
Released 2002
Format 7" vinyl
Genre Indie rock
Length 5:43
Label Barsuk Records
Falsetto Records
Writer(s) Jenny Lewis, Blake Sennett
Producer(s) Rilo Kiley
Rilo Kiley singles chronology
"Science vs. Romance"
(2002)
"The Execution of All Things"
(2002)

"Science vs. Romance" is the debut single by Rilo Kiley, taken from their first album Take-Offs and Landings.

The song attempts to connect scientific themes with love. Even though the title of the song suggests conflict, in fact, the lyrics read as the love song of a scientist, a scientist that has been spurned too many times and is trying to reconnect with humanity by trying to love again.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

  • 7":
  1. Science vs. Romance
  2. About the Moon