I Thought That You Would Change // Custer

by Secret Grief

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I Thought That You Would Change was recorded in November 2013 in Strongsville, OH with Jacob Lee. Custer was recorded in February 2014 in Toledo, OH with Mohnish Das. Both songs represent the diverse nature of our songwriting and despite their sonic differences are presented for you here together.

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released 18 April 2014

S. Nelson - vocals/guitar
D. Gramza - guitar/trumpet
C. Bickford - guitar
S. McMann - bass guitar
K. Chauvez - drumkit

Additional vocals on "I Thought That You Would Change" by Jacob Lee.
All songs mastered by Adam Cichocki at Timber Studios

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Track Name: Custer
Underneath my bed I keep a box full of pictures and hand written letters from when my house used to be on Hayford and I was depressed and unsure of where I should be. All this time I thought I could hide those feelings away. If I couldn't see them they couldn't hurt me. But as it turns out the pain just increases more everyday. The worst thing is that I wanna repeat the past like some stupid new version of F. Scott's James Gatz. I like to think that I'd find happiness when in actuality it's just more loneliness. And these thoughts slowly start creeping back inside my head and I lie awake at night wishing that I could be dead or at least somewhere else: some place that I've never been. Cause I need some more rest so I can appreciate all that I have. I guess it's my curse. I refuse to move on and accept I don't have to be sad anymore. But I can't. It's no good for myself. No good for anyone else