Flagland​/​Washer Split 7"

by Washer

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Clid 02:39
maybe it’s the winter settling in chilling your bones tightening your skin I wouldn’t know maybe it’s the shell that you put out a protective coat to burrow in doubt I wouldn’t know but maybe it’s always been each generation sure they’re the last watching their culture crumble to ash trade love for trash and so what’s worse? that everything’s fucked you bled it dry you drained your luck (well you don’t know) or that there’s no curse this is how it is we’re all sad sacks of sinew and shit well I wouldn’t know but maybe it’s always been each generation sure they’re the last watching their culture crumble to ash trade love for trash
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Joe 01:53
it’s not like you could ever know nobody ever told you so it’s too late if you try to walk away it’s not like you could ever know nobody ever told you so it’s too late if you try to wait it’s not easy, but it’s no end of the world

about

ORDER 7" HERE:
explodinginsoundrecords.bandcamp.com/album/flagland-washer-split-7

100 on blue vinyl
400 on black vinyl

Flagland recorded and mixed by Dan and James at the Sex Dungeon in Philly
Washer recorded by Nick Dooley and Dan Francia at the Barn in VT, mixed by Nick Dooley

Photos by Kieran McShane and Mike Quigley

Released by Exploding In Sound Records & East Coast Basements and Bedrooms
www.explodinginsoundrecords.com
www.ecbandb.com

credits

released May 5, 2015

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