ASKiAN . Joe Cardamone presents Holy War

Joe Cardamone: HOLY WAR Manifesto

This year I am going to be releasing an unprecedented amount – by my standards -of music and films. About 40 new songs have been recorded over the course of 2016 and are now still evolving in 2017. The collection is titled HOLY WAR and is a break from the band format that I have used in the past. Although some of the same spirit is evident as marked in earlier work, HOLY WAR pushes my music into much more extreme and innovative territory. Every step towards this outcome has been natural, a reaction towards changes in my life and in the world we all live in now.

First, I quietly broke up my band The Icarus Line due to several fateful circumstances. My longtime collaborator, band member, and best friend, Alvin DeGuzman, was stricken with a very serious form of cancer. This shook me and the rest of the group to the core. The disease robbed him of his ability to walk on the eve of a tour supporting Scott Weiland.

These dates seemed doomed from the start, but the band tried to fulfill its commitments even though it felt like we were wrong for the bill and in rehearsals we felt horribly incomplete without Alvin; it felt like a sin to be performing without him.

On the few shows we did play, I witnessed a great performer killing himself for a few bucks that weren’t being spent to his benefit. I also saw how the modern rock community functioned – the audience came anticipating performers failure as much as their success. Perhaps even more so.

It made a deep impression on me. It made it painfully clear that I and my art didn’t belong, a hard realization for someone who had already dedicated a good portion of his life music rooted in rock n roll.

Over those few evenings, I realized that what I was witnessing wasn’t rock n roll at all but a pageantry of convention being exchanged for the few dollars that kept the tank trundling onward. It had become a cage you willing entered in order to sell a couple t shirts…if you’re lucky.

I was drawn to making music because of its immediacy and freedom of expression and the opportunity to move the artform forward. That was the true romance of it. The crucial thing was to make a truthful and contemporary statement, not how popular it might make you. But then interpersonal politics became the main focus and the art started to fade into the background. I never compromised my musical vision, but that trajectory in those circumstances became my burden And it put me into a personal crisis.

Without fanfare, I disbanded the group. Then I paced around my yard, chain smoking for a month.

For the last few years, I had been compiling beats at home when everyone else was asleep. This had nothing to do with blazing a new career path and everything with being happy, making music. Then when I heard Bowie had passed I decided to try singing to them.

I brought a beat into the studio and went free on it. Light bulbs lit up in my head. Incorporating my love for black music was always a tricky prospect in my group. There were rules. On my own, there were no rules. I soon formulated the goal to make music that could be performed solo.

The HOLY WAR body of work doesn’t utilize the conventions of mainstream rock but to me, it holds much in common with the rock & roll music that I love.

I have decided to use elements of modern pop, even its clichés, to build this new house. These are sounds you might hear on the radio filtered through an art-punk consciousness. These are the conventions of the Establishment hijacked so rock & roll can be art again.

I spent a good deal of time making a record with Annie Hardy in my studio; she had life-shattering circumstances all reflected in that music. In between the sessions with her, HOLY WAR was taking shape: Heavy and Beautiful; Noise and Melody… conjured in my laundry room with samples, found sounds and software. Conventional instruments mostly collected dust.

It’s been a bitch to connect with a part of myself that was waiting to express itself for a very long time. It’s been a fucked up year or two, and distilling that into music that I would be able to share with people hasn’t been easy. My pal, Ariel Pink came to the studio one day and genuinely seemed to enjoy my new music, then said it reminded him of Beyonce! Sure, why the fuck not!

This collection will be released over the course of the year in various formats and volumes. Film, music and custom lighters. HOLY WAR is a whole new chapter in my life and the first where I will perform under my Christian name: Joe Cardamone.

Joe Cardamone will be performing at the Old Blue Last on the 16 March.

Special Fangx to Derek Robertson

Ride – Charm Assault

The first new material from Ride in twenty years.

Stream and buy here: http://hyperurl.co/CharmAssault

“Charm Assault” is taken from Ride’s forthcoming album, due to be released Summer 2017 on Wichita Recordings. The album was produced by Erol Alkan and mixed by the band’s longtime collaborator, Alan Moulder.

Andy Bell says “Charm Assault is a pretty straightforward expression of frustration and disgust at the people who currently run our country. The tour in 2015 was a good way of reminding us what we were good at in the first place and Charm Assault feels like a natural continuation from our peak. When we started writing together again we tried to imagine we’d kept on making music all this time, and this was just the latest one.”

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Website: https://ridemusic.net/

 

Robert Levon Been . It’s Good To Be King

RLB Performing Tom Petty’s “It’s Good To Be King” at the Wammys, Feb.11th 2017, LA

It’s good to be king, if just for a while
To be there in velvet, yeah, to give ’em a smile
It’s good to get high and never come down
It’s good to be king of your own little town
Yeah, the world would swing if I were king
Can I help it if I still dream time to time
It’s good to be king and have your own way
Get a feeling of peace at the end of the day
And when your bulldog barks and your canary sings
You’re out there with winners, it’s good to be king
Yeah I’ll be king when dogs get wings
Can I help it if I still dream time to time
It’s good to be king and have your own world
It helps to make friends, it’s good to meet girls
A sweet little queen who can’t run away
It’s good to be king, whatever it pays
Excuse me if I have some place in my mind
Where I go time to time

A Tribe Called Red – Indian City Ft. Black Bear

Thee Oh Sees – Live on KEXP

EUROPEAN TOUR DATES 2017


05/05 Winterthur, CH @ Salzhaus
05/06 Frankfort, GE @ Zoom
05/07 Rotterdam, NL @ Rotown
05/08 Berlin, GE @ Columbia Theater
05/10 Clermont-Ferrand, FR @ La Coopérative de Mai
05/11 La Rochelle, FR @ La Sirène
05/12 Rouen, FR @ Le 106
05/13 Lyon, FR @ L’épicerie Moderne
05/14 Paris, FR @ Trabendo
05/18 Nantes, FR @ Stereolux
05/20 Reims, FR @ La Magnifique Society
05/21 Brussels, BE @ L’Ancienne Belgique
05/26 – George, WA @ Sasquatch Festival
06/03 London, UK @ Field Day Festival
06/04 Bristol, UK @ SWX
06/06 Metz, FR @ La BAM
06/07 Milano, IT @ Magnolia
06/08 Ravenna, IT @ Beaches Brew
06/09 Dudingen, CH @ Bad Bonn
06/10 Nimes, FR @ This Is Not A Love Song
06/11 Bordeaux, FR @ le block
06/14 Manchester University, UK @ Transformers

DESERT DAZE CARAVAN – NIGHT BEATS, DEAP VALLY AND OTHERS…

   

 

MATT BOROFF – THIRST (FEATURING MARK LANEGAN) OFFICIAL VIDEO

‘Thirst’ is taken from Matt’s third album Grand Delusion, which features contributions from producer and multi-instrumentalist Alain Johannes (PJ Harvey, Queens Of The Stone Age), Jack Irons (Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Pearl Jam) and Mark Lanegan.

The atmospheric video was directed and produced by visual artist Austin Settle and was shot on location at the foot of Mount Großglockner, the highest mountain in Austria.

With a career stretching back to the end of the 80s, Boroff has toured widely, sharing stages along the way with QOTSA, Nirvana, Kyuss, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and more. Relocating from New York to Austria in 2000, he formed MATT BOROFF & THE MIRRORS, who released three albums, before Matt decided to go solo in 2010.

Set for release on 5 May on Panta R&E, Grand Delusion is available to pre-order from Plastic Head Distribution…

UNKLE & Keaton Henson – Sick Lullaby

The Heretic’s Gate

Installation by Doug Foster for a project titled “Daydreaming With…”. Music by UNKLE. Set at St Michael’s church in Camden.

UNKLE . FAREWELL . THE ROAD

From the upcoming album by UNKLE, “The Road”

MATT BOROFF . THIRST TRAILER

Thirst releases on Mon, 13 Feb, 2017

DM . WTR?

 

JESUS AND MARY CHAIN . ALWAYS SAD

 

 

THANK YOU LORD…

HAIL! HAIL! ROCK AND ROLL

AH SHUX*!

Foto / Deedee B.

MARK LANEGAN BAND . NOCTURNE

 

THE BLACK ANGELS – CURRENCY – DEATH SONG – TOUR

Death Song – The new album from The Black Angels out April 21

MARK LANEGAN – GARGOYLE ALBUM / TOUR

 

 

TO HIDE FROM BRMC…

 

 

When i hear the Name Hide Funa, I think of far away motorcycle gasoline and soft creativity….
When I hear the Name Hide Funa, I’m Happy Remembering Our Roads Long Ago…
When I hear the Name Hide Funa I think of Happy Travels and Much Kind Hearts…
When I hear the Name Hide Funa I have Dreams Of Rock And Roll…

Pete, Robert, Leah, me & All the Club Members of BRMC are Sad for You & Your Mama’s Loss…

Stay with Us for now in Our tiny special telepathy sorrowful rock and rolls world please…
Sorrow takes time to Understand just a little…

Hugs from All Over the World to You, Hide…

Bless Yer Heart

See You Soon, Kid…

LOVE & RESPECT
This Old World Ain’t the End of it…

Love Last Longer than Time…

It Never Ends…

Reiko Forever…

A STROLL DOWN THROUGH YE OLDE MEMORY LANE… GOOD HEAVENS

MANY HEAVENLY GOD-AWFUL CRUSTY AND DRUIDRY FANGX TO
MR.  JONATHAN MCNEICE, DARREN MACKIN – Olympia Theatre, Dublin, 2003

 

 

 

 

Good Heavens & ah Howlin’ bee’Je’zush!

 

MATT BOROFF & THE MIRRORS – PIPE DREAM ( LIVE )

 

 

STATIC-KING – THERE’S A LIGHT

THIS IS SOOO GOOD.  MANY FANGX (THANX) TO THOMAS E. GREGORI, FOR THE SHOUT OUT ( Ian Ottaway for being awesome ) I’LL TAKE IT EVEN IF IT AIN’T TRUE, HAHA.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND PATIENCE AND FOR GETTING THIS TO ME, IT’S FUCKUN’ WELL BEAUTIFUL.  FANGX ALSO TO ROMAN SMILJKOVSKI, TOM DAVEAU, LOUIS VILAR, FRED VECTOL AND SEBASTOPOL RECORDS AND QUESTION DE SON.


static-king.com
contact@static-king.com

Bless Yer Hearts

ME HAS A BABY

My Neu Daughter.  Mavis Rodriguez Ottaway

The Black Delta Movement – Seven Circles

 

Cheers to Colin Burr

BLACK DOLDRUMS – SIDEWINDER

ALBUM LAUNCH PARTY

Join Black Doldrums for an evening of fuzzed out psych gaze with support from SIRACUSE and Terra 3 at Dublin Castle, London, 4th February

Electrified – Invisible lovers

From St.Petersburg , Russia

“Invisible lovers”

I am sleeping with the ghosts.
In the invisible coats on the pearl road.
I am sleeping like a stone,
like a broken phone.
I am tired of my soul.
I’m sleeping with the ghosts.

I’m sleeping with the ghosts.
My mind is opened hands are closed.
I’m sleeping with the ghosts
like a shell on the coast,
like a grave near the rose.
Yes baby I’m sleeping with the ghosts.

THE DEVILS * AZAZEL

 

 

 

DEPECHE MODE . WHERE’S THE REVOLUTION . SPIRIT

AVAILABLE MARCH 17, 2017

Mark Lanegan * I Am the Wolf * Lyrics & Writings

Mark Lanegan draws frequent comparisons to wounded masters of doom like Tom Waits, Nick Cave, and Leonard Cohen. But Lanegan’s talents aren’t limited to his vocal skills. His lyrics are on par with the best of them, exploring with Blakeian insight the stark and scorched emotional terrain that exists somewhere beyond sadness, addiction, trauma, and spiritual longing. Now, for the first time ever, the reclusive singer presents a comprehensive look at his lyrics, the stories behind them, and the making of his albums as well as photos, insights, and ephemera from a long career in rock ‘n’ roll, I Am the Wolf gives fans a rare and candid glimpse into the inner workings of a living—and singular—rock and roll legend.

AVAILABLE JUNE 13, 2017

TOYDRUM – I’ve Got a Future (feat. Gavin Clark) (Nick Cave & Warren Ellis Rework)

Pablo Clements and James Griffith of UNKLE have a side project called Toydrum. On their new remix album My Eye On You (To Reinvision), they enlisted “friends, peers and people we love to work with” to reimagine songs from their albums Distant Focus Vol. 1 and Evangelist. Two of those peers are Nick Cave and Warren Ellis, who have delivered their rework of Toydrum’s “I’ve Got a Future,” featuring the late singer-songwriter Gavin Clark. 

 

 

Moon Duo – Cold Fear

BERLIN HIGH LOWLIFE

Gone Mental Wednesday
Longing for the Dead
Trippin’ over the structure of the Stars
And All that Madness in your Head, yeah…
Berlin 2017
Learn History and then Change it and after that?
Come Together Right Now…

And just as soon as you feel you may have figured out the world somewhat, along comes something that drags you right back down to the start
to remind you that you never knew anything at all…
we are loved but swimming rippled black waters alone…

RIDE * MARCH 22, 2017

JOHN COOPER CLARKE * JANUARY 25, 1949

Like a Night Club in the morning, you’re the bitter end.
Like a recently disinfected shit-house, you’re clean round the bend.
You give me the horrors
too bad to be true
All of my tomorrow’s
are lousy coz of you.
You put the Shat in Shatter
Put the Pain in Spain
Your germs are splattered about
Your face is just a stain
You’re certainly no raver, commonly known as a drag.
Do us all a favour, here… wear this polythene bag.
You’re like a dose of scabies,
I’ve got you under my skin.
You make life a fairy tale… Grimm!
People mention murder, the moment you arrive.
I’d consider killing you if I thought you were alive.
You’ve got this slippery quality,
it makes me think of phlegm,
and a dual personality
I hate both of them.
Your bad breath, vamps disease, destruction, and decay.
Please, please, please, please, take yourself away.
Like a death at a birthday party,
you ruin all the fun.
Like a sucked and spat our smartie,
you’re no use to anyone.
Like the shadow of the guillotine
on a dead consumptive’s face.
Speaking as an outsider,
what do you think of the human race
You went to a progressive psychiatrist.
He recommended suicide…
before scratching your bad name off his list,
and pointing the way outside.
You hear laughter breaking through, it makes you want to fart.
You’re heading for a breakdown,
better pull yourself apart.
Your dirty name gets passed about when something goes amiss.
Your attitudes an platitudes,
just make me wanna piss.
What kind of creature bore you
Was is some kind of bat
They can’t find a good word for you,
but I can…
TWAT.

ASK iAN * Oona Rocks

Goldfrapp – Anymore

Anymore – the first single from Goldfrapp’s brand new seventh studio album ‘Silver Eye’, released 31st March 2017 on Mute

  

OUR PWR * BERLIN * JANUARY 21, 2017

In front of the U.S. Embassy on Pariser Platz beside Brandenburg Gate in solidarity with women’s march in Washington and many other marches in several countries, in Berlin, Germany, January 21, 2017

THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE

ACHTUNG!

WARNING!

DO NOT SELL THIS SHADOW

A COPY OF

THE

CATCHER

IN

THE

RYE

TROPIC OF CANCER * AUSTRALIA * FEBRUARY

MATT BOROFF & THE MIRRORS @ OLD BLUE LAST * FEBRUARY 6, 2017 * LONDON

 

 

 

Come Down and Say Hello.  Instead of DJing, i’ll be drinking Strongbow Black and drifting through the Grand Delusion.  

LEAH ON TV

WoW

 

FANGX JODI LEE

Gadajace Glowy – Talking Heads (1980) – Krzysztof Kieslowski

Gadajace Glowy (Talking Heads) is a serious documentary film which features people from different age groups, backgrounds and professions. Kieslowski starts his film by asking three simple questions to a boy aged 1 year.
These questions are:

a) Who are you?
b) When were you born?
c) What is important for you?

A common element of all answers involves respect for an individual.

HEY WHO DIS IS?

MY JERUSALEM . NO ONE GONNA GIVE YOU LOVE

Leah on Late Night with Seth Meyers ( NBC ) January 16th – 19th

fangx Jodi Lee

MANIFESTO

TUNE IN TONIGHT!

THE REFLECTING SKIN

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The Reflecting Skin is a 1990 British-Canadian horror film written and directed by Philip Ridley and starring Jeremy Cooper, Viggo Mortensen and Lindsay Duncan. Described by its director as a “mythical interpretation” of childhood, the film weaves elements of vampirism, Surrealism, black comedy, and religious zealotry throughout its narrative about the perceptions and fantasies of an impressionable young boy in 1950s America. The film places the majority of its action outdoors around the dilapidated farms and in the wheat fields of Idaho shot in idyllic sunlight which belies the dark secrets of the characters and plot.

FANX BIG TIME, TO Made Li Monade 

NICK CAVE * NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2017

Cave gave his first interview since his son’s death – talking to The Australian about the band’s live return and the impact of the film ‘One More Time With Feeling’.

“You know, I saw the things people wrote about the film on social media,” said Cave “… the way the film seemed to open something very deep for people, and how so many people out there had lost people they loved, you know, just how many grievers there were. It was a very powerful feeling, and ultimately shifted something in me, and Susie too, and stopped us feeling so completely hopeless all the time.

“It was like we had done something good for Arthur, all of us, and had placed the memory of him up there in the stars.”

 

Speaking of the making of ‘Skeleton Tree’ Cave continued: “For me, going into the studio in Paris was not a good idea, and I hope I never have to do anything like that again. It was only a few months after Arthur died. It was too early. But it just felt important that I do it. You know, life goes on and all. It was crazy. Terrifying, really. I was a mess, big time. So was everybody, actually.

“It was a very difficult time. Much of what we did simply did not work. We tried re-recording the songs; putting them in time, in tune, whatever. Pretty much everything we tried to do sounded bad. It was like the record itself, in its untreated state, was simply refusing to allow itself to be embellished or polished. So, in a sense, Skeleton Tree was the product of that.”

It is hoped that Cave will announce UK and European tour dates shortly. His remaining Australian, New Zealand and American 2017 tour dates are below.

Australia/New Zealand dates :

Ballarat, North Gardens (January 15)
Wellington,TSB Bank Arena (January 17)
Auckland, Vector Arena (January 18 )
Sydney, ICC Sydney Theatre (January 20-21)
Newcastle, Newcastle Entertainment Centre (January 22)
Brisbane, Riverstage (January 25)
Melbourne, Sidney Myer Music Bowl (January 27-28)
Adelaide, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (January 29)
Perth, Perth Arena (January 31)

North American dates:

Brooklyn, Kings Theatre (May 26)
Montreal, Metropolis (May 29)
Toronto, Massey Hall (May 31-June 1)
Detroit, Masonic Temple Theatre (June 3)
Philadelphia, Electric Factory (June 5)
Asheville, Thomas Wolfe Auditorium (June 7)
Pittsburgh, The Warhol at Carnegie Music Hall (June 8)
Boston, Boch Center Wang Theatre (June 10)
New York, Beacon Theatre (June 13-14)
Chicago, Auditorium Theatre (June 16)
Denver, Paramount Theatre (June 18)
Salt Lake City, Kingsbury Hall (June 19)
Portland, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (June 21)
Vancouver, Queen Elizabeth Theatre (June 22)
Berkeley, Greek Theatre (June 24)
San Diego, Civic Theatre (June 26)
Los Angeles, Greek Theatre (June 29)

RUMBLE – THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD

Remembering… Trish Keenan – September 28, 1968 – January 14, 2011

IGGY POP / GOLD

THE LAST 5 YEARS

DAVID BOWIE * NO PLAN

8 January 1947 – 10 January 2016

BOWIE *

To mark what would have been David Bowie‘s 70th birthday, a new EP of music has been released along with a video for ‘No Plan’.

As well as the single ‘Lazarus’, the EP also features tracks recorded for the acclaimed musical of the same name – backed by the bittersweet melancholy of ‘No Plan’, the dark and menacing jazz-tinged scorched rock of ‘Killing A Little Time’ akin to his material from ‘Outside’ and the ambient acid rock of ‘When I Met You’.

Recorded around the time of ‘Blackstar’ for the musical ‘Lazarus’, these were Bowie’s final ever recordings.

Directed by Tom Hingston, the video calls upon the motif of rows of TV screens from ‘The Man Who Fell To Earth’, with a nod to main character Thomas Newton with the shop name ‘Newton Electrical’ – ending with visions of space travel and fitting final salute from Bowie.

SINGAPORE SLING / LIVE ON KEXP

THE POPPERS / LUCIFER

Lucifer, Poppers’ new album, a BLITZ Records edition in conjunction with Tiger Records with distribution from Sony Music

 Produced by Legendary Tigerman, features collaborations with Filipe Costa (Sean Riley & The Slowriders) and Ian Ottaway (collaborator of the Black Rebel Motorcycle Club) and is preceded by the single “In the Morning”.

LEAH COMES TO LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS / JANUARY 16 – 19

 

THE JESUS AND MARY CHAIN / AMPUTATION / DAMAGE AND JOY

Tryna win your interest back
But you ain’t having none of that
You’re just like a ship in a bottle
Kiss today but fuck tomorrow
I don’t know, I guess that we’re all through

Fucked up girls like drugged up guys
That won’t keep him warm at night
It’s just like a grape in a bottle
It’s wine today but piss tomorrow
I don’t know, I guess that we’re all through

I’m a rock and roll amputation
I’m a rock and roll amputation
I’m a rock and roll amputation
I’m a rock and roll amputation

Amputation
Amputation

Amputation
Amputation
Amputation
Amputation

The Jesus And Mary Chain are set to release their new album
Damage and Joy on March 24th on ADA / Warner Music.
1. Amputation
2. War On Peace
3. All Things Pass
4. Always Sad
5. Songs For A Secret
6. The Two Of Us
7. Los Feliz (Blues and Greens)
8. Mood Rider
9. Presedici (Et Chapaquiditch)
10. Get On Home
11. Facing Up To The Facts
12. Simian Split
13. Black And Blues
14. Can’t Stop The Rock

2017

Alexey Titarenko – City of Shadows

Britta Phillips – Drive (cover)

 

 

ME AND THE DEVIL BLUES

ONWARD…. *

Psychic Ills “I Don’t Mind” (Feat. Hope Sandoval)

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HAUNT

hauntii haunt

ASK iAN / FOR WHEN THINGS ARE WORSE THAN EVER…

ASK iAN / death house black coma waves

hone away from the crowd like a discarded harmonica…  i am gladly thrown away,
Away from the heavenly hogging cowardly crowd bent, so bent on fortune and no know.
Of Course, I miss She
Of Course, I miss the Once of Us
Of Course, I know that the tide is Forever Changed
Of Course, I know the fractions of what is now for Always
Lost

I pull my knife out
I drop off a few dollars at the death house
I take a drink and mind my own
while avoiding the sunlight
and bending my lips to shut my jaw from unfurling
the wrong notes

A Catch .22
Avoiding Jail
Screeching through Traffic
Avoiding the Holocaust of drama students
Placing my love in the backseat
Moving forward
with all my
bubblegum breath…

Yeah, it Hurts, dummy
but nothing ain’t gunna change nothing
so don’t try tae make somethin’ outta nothing
Move on baby boy

I see the Airport midnight lights
I see my soft seat in the quiet liquor night light
I keep to myself, haunted and pretty much alone
I am so in love
I am so Hurt
I was once so her
I was once bright blue
now Black
I Roll with the Ocean Coma
waves.

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ASK iAN – WELCOME BACK TO THE FOLD

Much Like You
We’ve Returned…
Running Ourselves Into the Ground
Much Like You
They give us the heart from the Clinic
they leave us to our own metal Rewards
Repair the boots
jut out the demons
Chewing on the pain straps
just like you
and I Run
with my Bandung Hum
I am Haunted with you
I wanna look backwards
but know that is Only
A Lost Chase
I take my sorrow
down to new places
I understand how the world works now…

Size up this Flash
my blood seeks a new found path
my heart is still back with you somewhere…

We are always Arriving
We are always leaving…

put on this Electric Guitar
tell me lies
little brothers and sisters
tell me moar Lies

I’m not here
I’m some script writing out bone memory
Love from Home
You see this new Road?

Meet You there Quick
Get off your Excuse
Get Out Here On Me in the Now Night
Now.