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from Circle Ships by Wirehead

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Great summer tune.


I was on that train
Juggling too much with my mind
Going wherever it took me
I'd already arrived

We took a look down each other's eyes
I quench my thirst
The dust then dries

The sun was fierce and red
Mist rose from the green hills
I was drowned in German morality
She sensed that this killed me

Now I don't care too much for the past
This made her Histrionic
But don't apologise, I said
'Cause you can use this as a tonic

But until this time you couldn't see things that way
Return to the green hills for an in depth day...


from Circle Ships, track released September 11, 2014
(N Arkless, W Casserly, S Doolan, J Elliott, C Gazi)

Produced by Joe Bloom & Wirehead

Backing track recorded at Rocco Studios, Ayrshire
Vocals recorded at Music Complex, Deptford, London

Mixed by Wirehead & Joe Leach at The Cowshed, London

Mastered by Barry Gardner at Safe and Sound Mastering, London.


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Wirehead; the Semuta; the mind-lube of the ubiquitous tasp. Drawing on the sum total of the late 20th Century's golden age of music; neither aping the past or recycling the reprocessed fifth generation lossy culture of the early 21st Century.

Planting their flag of intent, right between the dulled orbs of the weary pop music acolyte and squeegeeing their third eye with said psychedelic pennon.
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