Signals Midwest​/​Worship This! Split 7"

by Signals Midwest

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Recorded and mixed in September 2012 by Eric Muth at Bad Racket Recording Studios
Mastered by Mark Trewella at Full Circle Mastering in Philadelphia, PA


released April 30, 2013

Maxwell Stern - vocals, guitar
Steve Gibson - drums, vocals
Loren Shumaker - bass, vocals
Jeff Russell - guitar
Tim Carlson - "YEAAAAAHHHHH" on "Astronaut"


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Signals Midwest Cleveland

we are a punk/indie band from Cleveland, now spread throughout OH and PA. we've been doing this together since 2008. we have been lucky enough to see the world together but will still play in your kitchen or anywhere really.

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Track Name: Caricature
You can’t hide what you can’t hold. It’s there in the creases of your smile and the bed frame you spray-painted gold. You know, your words carry such weight. They make me turn inwards on myself and I become something that I hate. I can’t pretend that I’m not affected.  How can I clear my head when you occupy whatever space that’s left there? So I’ll shut my brain off and stay suspended in space in case you want to talk to me. Caricature, I can’t exaggerate your features anymore.  I’ve been hiding in a cold and quiet place so I can contemplate the coming days and catalogue the messes that we made. I’ll be waiting to hear back from you while you’re choking on nicotine fumes. When you’re aching for your phone to ring, I’ll be sinking in my surroundings. I’ll get swallowed up and I’ll be gone. I’ll get swallowed up like a feeling that leaves when you wake. You’ll swear it was so real and then it fades. And you’re left to feel hollow with half the conviction that you used to have.
Track Name: Astronaut (Worship This! cover)
Never surrender your time to breathe. So many unexpected leave. Spinning in circles. Growing old. Life is short, we're told. Spinning in circles. Toss and turn. Over and over. We tried to build this perfect life inside our minds when we were kids. Said we'd grow up to be something big, like an astronaut from outer space. Purposely out of place. Definitely.

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