Previously only available on a 7" that came as part of the limited edition pressing of Why Not Now?
This song came out of thinking about friendship -- a certain kind of friendship that is a little breathless and a sort of being in love.
Saw It All:
With climate catastrophes everywhere and satellites altering the night skies, the old love song tropes about how the singer's love will last until rivers run dry and is more permanent than the constellations have an irony. And, there's a way that songs are both fleeting in the moment and repetition of something ancient -- likewise, being a person.
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For a Bandcamp-only digital album, this one has ascended to the top of my RPP favorites. These songs have a memorable strangeness and discord. Raw, literary. Walk Through Any Wall is a haunting masterpiece, captures something about contemporary consciousness. Justin Stone