Tree Machines

by Tree Machines

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Tree Machines debut album doubles as a farewell to a few who helped make this album. Dark tones mix with thoughtful, passionate lyrics that crescendo into an aural space that Diffuser.fm called "emotionally staggering".

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released March 31, 2015

Doug Wooldridge
Patrick Aubry
Mikel Giffin
Kevin Cook
Patrick Fussell

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Track Name: Fucking Off Today
Slack-eye bombshells
Hoops and breast-bells
And all the neon lights enticing

Gold-laced nylons
Pale-faced children
Caught in all the lights

With open mouths to feed
Open mouths to feed
We’re fucking off today
Fucking off today

Tie-dyed freak-show
Sweet tongued kiss blow
And all the neon lights enticing

Lost in motion
Strange vibrations
From all the neon lights

With open mouths to feed
Open mouths to feed
We’re fucking off today
Fucking off today

With open mouths to feed
Open mouths to feed
We’re fucking off today
Fucking off today
Track Name: Late Snow
So I won’t float away
No, I won’t float away

And now the trees have gone and died
They shed their leaves and bare their pride
How I’ve let it go

Float away
No I won’t float away

And all the time and all the drugs
The wasted lives surrounding us
How we’ve let it go
The youthful minds that melt away
As light in time, we seem to fade
How we’ve let it go

Hello late snow
Gone and buried the love I have known
Hello late snow
Cracked the ice and I fell in the cold
Lake
No pain
There I sank

So I won’t float away
No I won’t float away

And how this town has gone died
The cripples roam with broken eyes
How we’ve let it go
And all the folks have gone to hide
We’ve lost the will to live and fight
How we’ve let it go

How we’ve let it go

So I won’t float away