By Will McGuirk
One can smell the Fall. It is coming. The air is crisp, fragile, breakable, it creaks upon passing. The ground hardens; it is not so tolerant of our trespassing. She pushes back.
“Many of the songs are dubious (though endearing) reaches for love and hope over emptiness. Though the subject matter of these songs can be a bit bleak, they come from a place of love.” - Young Clancy
“. . . starting off in a sort of reflective, passive state, moving into a romanticising of the situation, then to anger and accusation towards the other person, followed by anger and accusation towards myself, and finally a truce of some sort.” - Laura Reznek
“I’ve always believed that in order to create something new with purpose, one must be steeped in the past and work from within the tradition, It has more gravity that way.” - Logan Ledger
“My life became far less mapped out than it had ever been, but suddenly the path seemed a lot clearer,” - Robert Counts