Robin's Egg Blue

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Comes in a lovely four-panel digipak. Cover artwork by Britt Cutler. Design by Andrew. And you better believe it's wrapped in cellophane.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Worldless Fantastic via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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lyrics

I’m thinking of robin’s egg blue in a calm naked afternoon.
Owing all I do to faulty tubes, tremors inside robin’s egg blue.
And I’m turning out eggshell white.
The notebooks of my nights are blank with unused time,
Some free and offshoot white.

I’m left scraping paint chips off my shoulders,
And colour wheels are crushing me like boulders.
I get greyer and older.
While the walls get greyer and older I get greyer and older.

My roller’s armed with terra cotta.
The other hand smothered a moth
To stop her screams and jittered coughs;
Demanding an army of terra cotta.
The world has changed to forest green;
The daughters of me primp and preen.

I’m left scraping paint chips off my shoulders,
And colour wheels are crushing me like boulders.
I get greyer and older.
While the walls get greyer and older I get greyer and older.

How was your weekend?
Did you make some new friends?
Did you make an acquaintance and let the world sink in
Just to answer that goddamn question?

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from Worldless Fantastic, released July 8, 2016

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