No Longer Concerns Me 7"

by Oslow

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Double A-side 7", 2015 follow up to the Days Are So Bright Now EP
Recorded in September, 2014 over a weekend in a small studio located in an unassuming Coogie lane-way.

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released March 27, 2015

Written and performed by Oslow
Recorded and mixed by Dylan Adams
Mastered By Carl Saff

Dylan Farrugia - Bass/Vocals
Sean Hampstead - Guitar/Vocals
Jacob Rossi - Guitar
Alex Ashtiani - Drums

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Track Name: Fatigue
The world is ending I know
At Least I won't give in
Give up, give in
The world is ending I know
It's hard enough to breathe in
Breathe without
I know I should be
I know I will turn it around

My hands will push apart these lonely seas
My hands are full

The world is ending I know
At least I won't give in
I guess I'll loose my breath
Turn it around
Track Name: Heirloom
Hello, I think I'm talking to myself
When did I ever get so stubborn and sick
Waiting for my heart to accept
Things that no longer concern me

Hear the sound of my body ache
I guess it's time to move on soon
Hear the sound of your body ache
It's hard to admit and you're afraid to look back

Brother can you hear me I'm lost
I've been laughing so loud for long

Brother can you hear me I've been talking so loud
For so long I forgot what I was talking about
You'll grind your teeth and stare until there's nothing left of
Me to remind you of yourself, but I hope there is