ARTIFACTS

by QuarterAcreLifestyle

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Artifacts is the fourth album by QuarterAcreLifestyle. Recorded in New Zealand, New York and Minneapolis.

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released August 22, 2013

Produced by Bryan Hana and QuarterAcreLifestyle
Vocals on “Who” by Jack Wilcox

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QuarterAcreLifestyle Auckland, New Zealand

QuarterAcreLifestyle provide sonic proof that instrumental music is about possibilities, not limitations. Tony Masterantonio and brothers Cameron and Aaron Pollock elevate the staple rock guitar-bass-drums combination with soaring melodies, pulsing rhythms and an incredibly diverse palette of tones and textures. Their musical language draw from influences that range from Brian Eno to NIN. ... more

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Track Name: Who “featuring Jack Wilcox”
Every word, every line, every time
That I dream about it then
I work it out to be right

In everything you meant
In everywhere we went

I see the name, look you up, call you up
Just to see if it feels the same

It took me days
Just to get up the nerve and call
and all you can say is
"Who?"

It's a strength you said
To fall in fast, all heart and no head
And a free release to slowly die
And to stand up sick and paralyzed
Oh, for me to be there alone with you tonight

And I come off cold instead
And bold and burnt with feet like lead
And with hands that tremble with every fight
And it comes off too hot and not too bright

Then you pick up the phone
and on the other line you say,
"Who?"

You pick up the phone
I say its me and then you say,
"Who?"

("It's just me..." I said.)

Oh, of all the words and lines
that I'd love to learn and have the heart to try
You can see the tattered battle lines
Oh, you know what I'd do to take you home tonight
And I call you up and all you honestly can say is:
"Who?"

We're done in a word.
I'm gone in a word.
Undid.
I'm gone and undid.