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    The new album!! It's a lovely little cardboard number with a piece of round silver plastic inside that emits sweet sounding (even though digital) music when inserted into a laser equipped device.
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    Oh...and then there's the music: written and recorded between Australia, France and the UK, these songs have been lovingly mixed (by Philippe Avril at the mythical Ferber Studios in Paris), mastered by Jim Demain at the equally mythical Yesmaster studios in Nashville USA.
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    The new album!! It's a piece of top quality cardboard with a large circular (180g heavy) vinyl inside that emits sweet sounding (good old-fashioned) analogue music when tickled gently with a needle.
    In other words it's a record... with an absolutely fantastic sleeve by artist Jean-Baptiste Longuet, an inner sleeve with even more beautiful artwork plus photography by Geoff Pe. Full lyrics and liner notes included.
    Oh...and then there's the music: written and recorded between Australia, France and the UK, these songs have been lovingly mixed (by Philippe Avril at the mythical Ferber Studios in Paris), mastered (by Jim Demain at the equally mythical Yesmaster studios in Nashville USA) and finally painstakingly etched onto vinyl at Parélie Paris (what a beautifully crazy process...)
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lyrics

Wreckinghouse

Wrecking the house, pulling it down
Knowing that all the years of kindness lie at your feet
How does it feel?
To pull out the rug, to call out time
To put a stamp upon that envelope and send it
With no address

But in time you will recognise your own voice
And your kids will come stay the month of June

Though you never want to hurt her
No matter
Your heart is cowering in the corner
You built a house
From a scene in a Russian play
Move along, there is nothing more to say

Keeping it in, staying so calm
You no longer recognise a kind word when it hits you
You brush it off
Week days are free, dinner for one
Tripping on all the years of kindness under your feet
Like rubble

And in time you're surprised that you forgive her
But the kids are better off without the truth

Though you never want to hurt her...

credits

from I died of boredom & came back as me, released March 24, 2016
Barton Hartshorn - Lead & backing vocals, acoustic guitar

Vincent Guibert - Bass guitar, acoustic guitar, Rhodes piano, backing vocals

Karim Benaziza - Drums

Jérémy Morice - Electric guitar

Amar Chaoui – Bongos

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