Vodka and Cream

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The light you shed on my midnight, you’re my very own starving western satellite. And the life you live is pulling rank like the courage that your midwives faked. But they delivered you now it’s gone so live it down. Speak softer now the light hangs low in the street. I breathe you in like smoke burns from the window seat. In every way we need this, you were so don’t believe it. You know, but I know better. Your country lights up in soviets eyes like vodka and cream. And the life you live is pulling rank just like the courage that your midwives faked. But they delivered you now it’s gone so live it down. Speak softer now the light hangs low in the street. I breathe you in like smoke burns from the window seat. In every way we need this, you were so don’t believe it. You know, but I know better.

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from The Last Anniversary, track released July 26, 2010

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longitude Fredonia, New York

"The Last Anniversary is a full-length of sprightly, lengthy Midwest emo that should interest fans of this particular revival. Akin to Nines & Sixes-era Mock Orange, Polar Bear Club's demo, or Brooklyn locals the Marine Electric, the band combines a variety of vocal styles-gravelly, wavery, earnest-with deft, slightly noodly guitars."

-Brian / punknews.org
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