Peg's 4-song "Living With Abbreviation" EP on pristine 10" vinyl!
Limited edition of 150 copies, signed and numbered.
This is a split 10", with Hand Habits' 2-song "Small Shifts" EP on the flip side (handhabits.eschatone.com). The package features two front covers, each signed by its respective artist, and includes a sheet of liner notes. Vinyl purchase includes a download of both the Peg and Hand Habits audio.
Includes unlimited streaming of Living With Abbreviation
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Sometimes I know I do
take too much from you and me
built to live between certain truth
it’s how I made you. Best to take
Spark of reticence, the torch to bear, and
the creak of my finger by
Bring me in, have me get to know what it is you’ve hidden here.
You keep the world so far, am I wrong so near?
Moments revealed weary, you always breathe
escape me again.
This stillness (de facto)
Why should you ever know?
How could you ever know why I’d give every pore?
I’m never this curious, I’m never this sure,
but here you are, engulfed, and I
Touch refracts, beauty wills.
The blade set in, and I bled and bled
like I knew I would, like I knew I would
I see the red, it feels so wet,
but the sword is dull.
from Living With Abbreviation,
released February 25, 2014
Sheridan Riley: guitars, drums, vocals, chimes
Jan Sam Stroosma: bass
Words and music by Sheridan Riley
Produced by Sheridan Riley and Dylan Wood
Engineered and mixed by Dylan Wood
Mastered by Paul Gold at Salt Mastering, Brooklyn NY