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Silent Montana A beautiful EP for cloudy days when I need something that makes me smile in a melancholic mood. Favorite track: Never Be the Same.
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Sky McElroy This is one of my favorite EPs of 2015. It's like nostalgia, winter, and summer all wrapped into one. And as soon as it's done, you want to hit repeat. Plus, these guys are a blast to watch live--which makes it even better when you listen to the recordings.
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1.
03:17
I don’t want to do this anymore… I don’t believe anything I don’t want do this anymore You and I were something once before I should believe anything I can tell there’s something going on By the ways in which you behave Measure time in microseconds Before a new conflict Will arise… I don’t want to see you anymore You and I were something once before I should believe anything I don’t want to see you anymore I don’t believe anything Remember patterns all that mattered Speaking softly won’t defuse a thing Bringing back the memories that Wash in a resurgence Or a wave… So tell yourself To make amends I know it’s hard The past is then Look at all The mess that’s made Words just spill out Oh not again I don’t want to be here anymore You and I were something once before I should believe anything
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03:29
Never meant for you to leave But you left anyway... Never said you should leave But you left anyway...
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03:32
When you're driving home What's on your mind All the things that you don't do Feeling uninspired..... And these days that surpass all fly by so fast Feel all too real Made mistakes all before but have you learned your way Through this ride And I bet there's a world that you want to see But it's So so far away.... Going underground Have you seen the sun rise? Ever had the time? The regret that I hear riding through your voice speaks out way too loud Change your mind or your view whatever works for you So you're not down... Never see the day Everything that's built is falling Everyday it seems Everything changes folly
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Emptiness will lead you over there Measuring the time you have to spare You should walk away Never be the same Never be the same... Try to clarify whats in your mind Like an endless daze immersed in haze Keep all your friends away... You should walk away Never be the same Never be the same... You should walk away Never be the same Never be the same...

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Debut EP by surf rock is dead

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released October 9, 2015

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surf rock is dead Brooklyn, New York

Kevin Pariso and Joel Witenberg will tell you they don’t take themselves too seriously. Hence the name of their band, Surf Rock Is Dead (that’s SRiD for short). This playfulness informs their music (which they do, in fact, take quite seriously), a hybrid of surf rock, shoegaze, and new wave, through which the duo meditate on the paradoxes of modern life. ... more

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