safely nobody's

by tall friend

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    Pre-order of safely nobody's. You get 2 tracks now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
    releases August 11, 2017

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1.
Mother
2.
Natural Things
3.
72
4.
Radio
5.
KB
6.
Apoptosis
7.
02:13
8.
Skate Ramp
9.
02:07

about

preorder the record from Exploding in Sound here: www.explodinginsoundrecords.com/products/594172-tall-friend-safely-nobodys

this album is a documentation of me packing up and unboxing many, many years of hurt.

for a very long time i genuinely believed that i was alone in my circumstances. while i now know this to be untrue, i also know that there are people out there still feeling desolate and unsure of what tomorrow will bring.

i hope that these songs will provide a little bit of solace for those somebodies living in glass houses.

( "we grew up in spite of it" )

credits

releases August 11, 2017

ch pf- vox, guitars, bass
cale cuellar- bass, guitars, baritone guitar
jesse paller- drums, guitar on ‘small space’ and 'kb', vox on ‘72’

emily sprague- vox, guitar, shaker on 'kb', vox on ’kb' and '72'
jamie finucane- vox on ‘72’

lyrics by charles

instrumentals recorded by jesse paller at gravesend recordings
vocals and ‘skate ramp’ recorded by emily sprague at her house
‘kb’ recorded by emily sprague at her house and jesse paller at kokomo

mixed by jesse paller
‘skate ramp’ mixed by emily sprague
‘kb’ mixed by emily sprague and jesse paller

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tall friend Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

ch
cale
jesse

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Track Name: Oats
i act just like an old man
i eat my oats and
i go to bed

i smell just like a quitter
tangy and bitter
please let me rest

mom calls from the hospital
"happy birthday, now you're all grown up"

"but mom," i tell her later,
"i have been grown since i was small"