Written by Nick
Friday, 13 August 2010 02:21
Orange juice is delicious.
Also, we've put another practice version of one of our songs up. As with the prior one, this was recorded a few months ago when we were still figuring out what to do with this song. So it's not as good as orange juice.
Check it out on our facebook page!
Here are the lyrics:
we stand at the edge as the setting moon gets dim
looking at both winds that get us home
there's traces of blue in the sky, night's overdue
but yesterday's not through if you have a while
so let's wait a little longer before we close this day
i can spare a couple hours if you stay
i don't care about the sunrise it's still last night to me
and i'm in a dream but not asleep
decisions can wait there's no words you need to say
i just want to stay another hour
the songs of the birds waken up without a word
but we don't have to stir if we're staying up
Written by Nick
Sunday, 25 July 2010 05:46
It turns out one of the requirements for being in a band is that you have to update your website as infrequently as possible. You know, it helps you keep that whole "mysterious and inaccessible" rock-star vibe going.
Anyway, unfortunately for all of us, this has been an incredibly busy summer for Kimberlee and me (basically, this translates into Kimberlee having fantastically awesome trips and me just trying to survive the "real world" working a 9-5 summer internship... guess who comes out the winner there?)
So we apologize for not getting any amazing new GLP material out there for you. We have big dreams of a music video that we can hopefully do at some point in time. But since we've been keeping y'all waiting with out so much as a crumb of wonderbread, we've decided to put up a VERY rough version of our song "Toronto Air." We made the recording in the very early stages of working on this song during one of our practices, so there are missed notes, missed lyrics, and missed style points galore. But we felt all of our SIXTY-TWO fans on facebook deserved at least SOMETHING new, even if it is only the dried-up crust from the generic grocery-store brand wheat-bread that some 4-year-old child tore off and discarded.With that, click here to go to our facebook page to check out the "new" song!
(and find it on the bottom left column)