Finches EP on bright yellow vinyl with artwork created by the inimitable Richard Swift and individually silk-screened by the band. Free download with each vinyl.
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Pretty Girls is the first single of the EP Finches and was released with a special b-side remix by Adult Fur in January, 2012.
I fell in love on my back while looking up. There was a face hovering above me, and I thought, “good enough”. Skin was electric on skin. The heat of blood created chemistries to bond the two of us. But, in a moment of conceit, I forgot to speak. Now all the pretty girls are coming back through your world. I tell you to stop. You’re breaking my heart. So now I get myself looking right, and I’m going out. You know, I probably broke a hundred hearts by now. So, maybe I’ve gotten lost, but that’s ok. I am a wild and uncharted map to claim. Still you try to make it right every single night. But now all those pretty girls are rolling back through your world. I tell you to stop. You’re breaking my heart. Well, if I get one request, just think of me as your best. Now, the heart is a maze. I am lost at each turn, but I’m keeping my hand to the wall. You know with every motion, with every beat it sings "love".
track released September 14, 2012
Produced, Engineered and Mixed by David Beeman at Native Sound Recordings, South City St. Louis, MO | Additional Mixing, Drum and Vocal Post-Production by David Vandervelde | Vocal Post-Production on Pretty Girls by Kit Hamon | Digital Mastering at Electropolis | Artwork/Layout/Design by Richard Swift
Kristin Dennis- Songs, Vocals, Synthesizer, Percussion
Mic Boshans- Drums, Percussion
David Beeman- Guitar, Synthesizer, Drums, Percussion
Lex Herbert- Synthesizer
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