Cynosure​/​Alphabet Cult Split 12"

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    Finally available! Our 12" split with Alphabet Cult from Reno, Nevada

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Our side of a split we've been working on with Alphabet Cult from Reno, Nevada


released October 1, 2016

Steve Ringo: Guitar/Vocals
Chask'e Lindgren: Guitar/Vocals
Clay Devilbiss: Bass
Joey Seward: Drums

Recorded August MMXVI at Left Field Studios in Shelton, WA
*"Progress" originally by Mission of Burma
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Cynosure Olympia, Washington

Joey: Drums
Clay: Bass
Steve: Guitar/Vocals
Chask'e: Guitar/Vocals

Cynosure is from Olympia, WA

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Track Name: Constellation Prize
Marred synced stolen instant: You're a mess But it feels good in regress so it binds to the pain tell me how and when it works out dissociate with time to invent and stave tips on home repair endless apathy eavesdrop and repeat in this way we learn to feel now
Track Name: Trusted Brand
In simple language all things implied hooked on weighted words with a sinking feeling an emotional resource in constant case study nothing unturned in the wide appeal fulfilment comes in waves promise to fill that void an emotional resource only in a dream team interpreter happy snake oil designed and researched proven practice special formula proven product an antidote a trusted brand
Track Name: Doubt It
This is not a joke remainder in the least to celebrate demise of anxiousness and grief digestible pitch for a cannibal head eluded too late talk it out talk it up he gets in his car he's scared for his life milky and sour talk it out chalk it up this is the point between where and to sought doubt and tried to stomach find love somewhere new
Track Name: Message Machine
Count how many times I say "not to repeat myself, but" see: my life my job my common sense of things and when they lean in close whisper loud enough for the whole room count it off, deception my life my job my common sense of things