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It's the first track off our forthcoming album PIXEL which is going to be out in the next few months!
Don't sleep, stay up all night
Yeah you really took it up a notch
when you starting throwing rocks
at all those sitting ducks
that never really did a lot!
You got these mad ideas
Misclassified man made destruction
somewhere got mystified!
It's like lullabies, like lullabies, like lullabies everytime!
You got these clever tricks
like how you flipped that switch
and the machine turned red
and tied up those loose threads
We got sent back in time
to write a better rhyme
and we changed everything
'cause we could never win!
In every dream you have you try to go back
In every moment wasted are designs from the past
You're breaking out the theories, breaking out the science
Destroying everything with simple defiance
released August 13, 2013
Music and words by Stef and Sarah, recorded in our super music room in our house in Birmingham.
Features additional backing vocals by the Selly Park Choir who are an all round bunch of brilliant souls with the vocal chords of gods and goddesses. Some of them are in Ace Bushy Striptease (acebushystriptease.bandcamp.com), one of them is in LookIMakeMusic (lookimakemusic.bandcamp.com), and the rest? Well they're not in bands, but they're brilliant either way.
the title says it all, guy. jf was always there for me -- when i needed them and when i thought i didn't. and they still are. their music is some of the greatest, honest, coolest indie rock i've ever heard in my whole life. songs with tender attention for life & love with a rough-around-the-edges sound -- making their creative output that much more meaningful and reflective of the ups and downs of being alive. it's true: tru punx don't get to choose bewilderment
Present, Tense is the first song I ever heard from this band. As an American/Canadian, I definitely misheard every single lyric, but I loved the song. This is a Martha staple, and should be an introductory album to the band. Never change, Martha. Fuck the binary. thorseus