Audrey

by Ganser

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Recorded 01/2016 at Decade Music Studios by Adam Stilson.
Mastered by Daniel Husayn at The North London Bomb Factory.

All songs written & performed by Ganser.
Art by Alicia Gaines.

Personnel:
Nadia Garofalo [keys+vox]
Alicia Gaines [bass+vox]
Brian Cundiff [drums]
Charlie Landsman [guitar]

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released February 26, 2016

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Track Name: Audrey
And so we sway. Oh, isn’t it better this way? Throw promise to the night, and let the room fall around it. Voices are calling to the air: “Let us breathe, let us know.” Too afraid not to go. Too afraid not to go. I’m fine... fine. Hands outstretched to catch, to touch, to bind; you sink in and let the lights blind you. I’m fine…. fine. Here I am, going through the motions. Nothing brighter I desire, just to be along for the ride. Ever present, ever absent, a passenger. Go it alone. Go it alone. Fine…I'm fine. Hands outreached to cope, to hold, to find; imagine you could fade in. Hands outstretched to catch, to touch, to bind; you sink in and let the lights blind you. This is it walk it off. Keep moving till the end of the night. Nothing to see, no way of knowing, but something's missing. Something else is going on. Going on. Hands outstretched to catch, to touch, to bind; you sink in and let the lights blind you. I’m fine… fine… just fine.
Track Name: Battery
the places you can no longer go these hands no longer your own finding stronger arms to hold you