Future Loves The Facade

by The Psychedelephants

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This single is comprised of the first two tracks from Asymmetrical Geometry. They are technically one story so we decided to release a digital version of the concept. The concept is about the Labor Day Extravaganza at the TKLBungalow on 9/2/201. I you were there... you know all about it.

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released October 12, 2014

All songs written by Danger Paul Balazs

Performed by The Psychedelephants:
Paul Balazs: lead & backing vocals, guitar
Ari Leopold: drums
Calin Gross: lead guitar & lap steel
Keith Fama: bass
Jesii Dobrusky: backing vocals

Additional backing vocals on “Future Loves”:
Tristan DeDe, Sean Wintrow

Production: Ari Leopold, Nick Danford,
James Mitchell, Miles Tippett, Paul Balazs
Mastering: Dan Coutant at Sun Room Audio
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The Psychedelephants Tempe, Arizona

The Psychedelephants are:

Danger Paul
Calin Gross
Miles Tippett
Spencer Ferrarin

Formed in 2011 with Paul, Ari, Keith, and Calin. The new lineup is Paul, Miles, Spencer, and Calin and we started together in the summer of 2015.
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Track Name: Future Loves The Facade
Future Loves The Facade

Your black eyes are floating away out into space
And you can't imagine what I've been seeing

The lights and the circling faces
Brings music to my ears
The spiritual re-awakening

The cat lies disappearing, grinning ear to ear
And you can't hear what's happening while floating in the cesspool

The lights and the circling faces
Brings music to my ears
The spiritual re-awakening

The lights and the friendly faces
Are slowly turning evil
And I should be running for the door

Thats when I met you
The hair stands on my skin
False hopes providing
a friend in the end.

no no no no

no no you cant explain
its not the same way it used to be
the facade must be pretty plain
its not the same way it used to be

Grab my left hand
Won't you please follow me
Past tense situation
Leaves behind these memories

no no no no

no no you cant explain
its not the same way it used to be
the facade must be pretty plain
its not the same way it used to be