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by Western Haunts



released November 9, 2016



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Western Haunts Seattle, Washington

Western Haunts’ KEXP-approved dream-pop sound is a call to Midwestern revival, drenched in reverb and the haze of psychedelia and shoegaze. Across two EPs and their recently-released debut album, the Seattle quartet have slowly sharpened their sweeping harmonics into something that’s nothing short of gorgeously gauzy. ... more

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Track Name: Division
there's a line, where you're born ...

we we're broke by the fall, will u come when i call or do u fear now?
we we're bold, we we're brash, cure for cancer is cash, in the clear now?

what a thrill, what a joke, all the cigarette smoke and the mirrors now.
in the sunshine you'll bask, is there a starker contrast, with how i feel now?

never enough, division, never enough ...

all the bars have been paved, with a weapons grade haze, of luxury.
hi-tech crash, we're a rash, of developers trash, flooded city.

they're the worst, we've been cursed, by our blood-drunken thirst to compete, now.

Say hello to the wave, of our counter culture grave, do you fear now?
by the swell, of this cubical hell. ..

there's a way, that we biodegrade ...

fled their tombs, once their homes, that's how colonialism throws, temper tantrum.

mind the bullets, mind the noise, they're a fascist bunch of boys, in the club man.

we were drunk by the way, that the sky had turned gray in our moment now.

there's a song that was sung, when the benefits hung by a string now.
Track Name: Terrified

i'm terrified
by the news
it's crystallized
killing blues

hurt ripe off the vine
we bruise
what a star to burst and fade
from view

i'm paralyzed
fall apart
like an old man's beating heart seeks eternal youth

why do we keep on staying?
why do we keep on changing?
why do we keep on praying?
how do we keep on?

when there's so much rain
shadows cast
when there's so much rain
we know that nothings ever meant to last