lyrics: i need to calm down i need to let it out but it’s easy not to feel small with your head always in the clouds i need to come down i need to get it out but it’s easy not to feel tall with your head always hanging down you don’t know what you don’t see you can’t see what you don’t know drive to the coast and sing to the sea every wave breaks and brings you back to me did it hit you like a tidal wave? did it feel right like it’s all the same? does it hurt more once it’s over? or does it hurt more when you find out? when you feel low nothing hurts you don’t put your arms out i don’t deserve you i want to feel right in my mental turn away from the world since i’m too gentle
intro (falling, falling) (VERSE 1 JUNE) where are we going? why are you so scared? crashing into cold water hold on a little longer (VERSE 1 MIGUL) cold as ice melt the time ice cold (eyes eyes closed) x2 we’re falling in pieces we’re not going home falling (VERSE 2 JUNE) you take me to places i’ve never been never been (BRIDGE JUNE) it’s useless to think about we’re sinking in (outro) going 80 on a 25 dying in your arms i wonder what that’s like (outro) falling down crash the grown shutting down.
Listen/download ➤ https://colortheory.bandcamp.com/album/this-whole-nothing EVERETT LATTE @everettlatte COLOR THEORY @colortheory Bandcamp - http://colortheory.bandcamp.com Spotify - http://spoti.fi/1UbfAWa Patreon - https://patreon.com/colortheory Twitter - https://twitter.com/colortheory Facebook - https://facebook.com/colortheory YouTube - https://youtube.com/colortheory Instagram - https://instagram.com/colortheory Official - http://colortheory.com For Color Theory material you won't find anywhere else: https://patreon.com/colortheory Join the fan list for all the gory details: https://colortheory.fanbridge.com Mastered by Resonance Mastering http://resonancemastering.com JUGGERNAUT ©2020 Brian Hazard (ASCAP) A candid shot A juggernaut Crack a smile just to thicken the plot Bet you wouldn’t hang around with Someone you didn’t think was cool But ice will melt And blood will pool A parking lot A juggernaut Tie my tongue in a half-Windsor knot Every night you're groping in the dark For a promise I won’t make It feels so warm Can’t stay awake I know I failed you, but I… I know I left you to die I should have screamed at the sky That this is all I need That this is good enough A heavy thought A juggernaut Camping out on our burial plot So I wrote a song to celebrate What I didn't see back then Dead to rights Born again
From Deeper's Sophomore LP "Auto-Pain" out March 27th on Fire Talk. Buy: https://ffm.to/deeperband What do you do when pain blots out joy? How do you learn to take care of yourself? What happens when the things you think are helping end up doing the most harm? 'Auto-Pain' is the Sophomore album from Deeper, a record that finds the band embracing open space, using synths to create shadows where bricks of guitars once would’ve blocked out the sun. The group — singer and guitarist Nic Gohl, bassist Drew McBride, and drummer Shiraz Bhatti — were all graduates of Chicago’s rich DIY scene who came together around their love of Wire, Devo, Gang of Four, and Television. While the new record is still within the Great Lakes post-punk tradition of their debut, the album isn’t as insular as its predecessor; it’s less interested in pile-driving and more willing to dwell in liminal spaces. Guitars enter the picture precisely, locked bass grooves propel things forward. Drummer Shiraz Bhatti, who is half-Pakistani and half-Native American, embraced the drumming patterns he’d heard growing up at pow-wows, channeling the anxieties of his heritage into his playing and keeping the group grounded when they switch into all-out percussive attack. The result is an album both more nuanced and catchy.Auto-Pain represents the constant wave of depression felt by many in everyday life. Stemmed from Aldous Huxley’s ‘Brave New World’, Auto-Pain is a concept meant to be an inverse to soma, a pill in the book which makes everything numb. The idea of auto-pain is to epitomize the desire to return to a connection with thoughts and clarity, which comes at the expense of feeling everything simultaneously. The album artwork features the now-demolished Prentice Women’s Hospital in Chicago capturing the band’s rounded-off brutalism, and the album title appears in Urdu, a nod to drummer Shiraz Bhatti’s Pakistani heritage. The record was recorded and mixed by Chicago scene luminary Dave Vetraino (Lala Lala, Dehd) and mastered at Chicago Mastering by Greg Obis (Ne-Hi, Melkbelly).
every mix is a story about a time in my life. there were moments where i was in love, moments where i wanted to die and moments where i was just completely heartbroken and lost. this is my coping mechanism and i’m writing all this because, no one EVER looks at the fucking description box where i put ALL the songs jesus fucking chri- tracklist: Intro: goodbye - billie eilish get drunk - lana del rey slush puppy - king krule master of none - beach house friends - messy tesla where is my mind - oscar lang cover
Pulp, Reverend, Arctic Monkeys, Snuts, The K's, Sam Fender, Strokes, Lathums, Sports Team, Idles, Slaves, Fontaines D.C., Wolf Alice, Foals, Blossoms, Courteeners, Blondie, Tame Impala, Kasabian, Gerry Cinamon, Catfish, DMA's, Stone Roses, Milburn, Last Shadow Puppets.
viewers will forget do what you wanna do
in my metal world everything is bright in my little world you’re always right i bite my tongue keep it inside my head i will close my eyes tonight in my metal world we are the same we are the same
Day 17 of the quarantine in Spain and I'm doing all I can to avoid losing my mind. This mostly consists of making songs. Here's the latest result of that effort. Thanks.
QUESTION OF REJECTION Words & Music by Danny Caing Sound Mix by Caroline Walters Date Written & Composed: March 29, 2020 (1) it's better that you don't know give me a chance to tell you it's a spiteful thing to say suddenly you don't trust me (Refrain) I don't care what your plan is as long as you don't go without me you wanted some place like this made no difference at all anyway (2) the simple silly question turns out so much rejection you need me to test your faith not just laughter and gifts (Repeat Refrain 2x & 2) Oh Yeah Wahkokok Album All Rights Reserved Copyrighted @ 2020 Wonderful Music Limited
A cover of 'The Dream Synopsis' from The Last Shadow Puppets' second album, 'Everything You've Come To Expect' released 1st April 2016. Written by Alex Turner.
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stay safe, friends ---------------------------- social distancing at home there's really not much to do can we make this last i guess i dont have much to lose I kinda like you you kinda like me honestly, i know you miss the spring time bloom, but stay in your room, and baby hit me up on zoom saw you walking down the street, getting your groceries nitrile gloves and all all for some ricotta cheese day drinking is all i do 1pm is time for booze I'm coming down, with the social isolation blues I kinda like you you kinda like me honestly, why you gotta play these games just stay in your room, and baby hit me up on zoom