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An attempt to capture the feelings that come with the realisation that memory is dying. It’s watching your life drop away piece by piece as you slowly lose the events and the people that have marked your time and been your existence.
Memory sneaking out the back door
I'll gently smash bottles into your skull
Let it be, let hours drip from the walls
Let them pool on the floor, let them see what I saw
I got it all wrong
Tell me it's ok to measure things by what could have been
Time is crashing, cracking, it'll break us all to pieces I can feel it
Memory sleeping by the back door
I'll gently hold what I have left of you all
Collect and keep the hours that drip from the walls
Who dares to waste one when you're always stuck in this particular one
from A Fault In This Machine,
track released October 5, 2018
Written, recorded and mixed by Leah Hinton
Mastered by Manmade Mastering
Trumpet played by Kelly O'Donohue
Eternal thanks to Rene and Maurico for the mixing mentoring.
I've followed Freddy's music for years - from the house parties of Dunedin to the dive bars of Berlin - he gets better and better with age (like cask wine?). His latest album is my personal favourite. Murmur Tooth
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It’s all vibrations - from the cosmic to the sub-atomic, from the spiritual to the cognitive, from the creatively musical to the naturally occurring. It’s all vibrations. I feel lucky to have encountered these. Beautiful sounds, soulful sounds, sounds both dark and light. Vibrations - evocative, emotive, mysterious and as comforting as the smell of pine needles. But that’s a different tale. Thanks for these. And please, consider pressing to vinyl 🙏❤️🎶 fred laparo