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Talons' & Mount Olympic // Summer in Russell/Hopeless Romantic LATHE 7"

Talons' & Mount Olympic // Summer in Russell/Hopeless Romantic LATHE 7"

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This is a split race cut 2023" released in March 3 by the American folk writer Talons' from Ohio and the folk band Mount Olympic from Tennessee on the Tennessee folk label Dead Currencies in a limited edition of 25 copies.

Includes two bedroom folk songs. Comes with DL code.It is out of print.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Dead Currencies releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes DL code. 7" LATHE CUT pressed on 'crystal clear' semi-translucent vinyl. 

Split 7" Single Series. #1 features Talons' b/w Mount Olympics.

Artist statement/track information:

Page A:
Talons' "Summer in Russell"
I love the sound of the insects at night.
Why can't that be enough for me?
I look up at the sky through the leaves
And I want to believe
I want to believe in something, again.

Page B:
Mount Olympic "Hopeless Romantic
Is it a character flaw to be helpless when you're not around?
Because I'm a hopeless romantic and as graceless as a rodeo clown.
Like the punchline of a joke I once heard on this television show.
"...and so the priest says to the actor, kid that's just how show business goes."
I've forged all my friendships with all the charm of a rock on the ground. And, I've walked all those lines with the precision of a drunk in a crowd.
So, am I coming through clearly?
About and out.

And when I'm gone I could haunt you, but only if you will allow.
Just find me a white sheet that's long, with two eye-holes cut out.
I'll shift and I'll shake all your dishes and rattle the walls.
And if you hear a doorbell that's me saying, "No, I love you more."
And if the static on the tv starts making harmonious sounds.
Well, am I coming through clearly?
Over and out."

Artist: Talons' & Mount Olympic

Label: Dead Currencies

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This is a split race cut 2023" released in March 3 by the American folk writer Talons' from Ohio and the folk band Mount Olympic from Tennessee on the Tennessee folk label Dead Currencies in a limited edition of 25 copies.

Includes two bedroom folk songs. Comes with DL code.It is out of print.

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Dead Currencies releases available at Tobira. 

----------------------------

Includes DL code. 7" LATHE CUT pressed on 'crystal clear' semi-translucent vinyl. 

Split 7" Single Series. #1 features Talons' b/w Mount Olympics.

Artist statement/track information:

Page A:
Talons' "Summer in Russell"
I love the sound of the insects at night.
Why can't that be enough for me?
I look up at the sky through the leaves
And I want to believe
I want to believe in something, again.

Page B:
Mount Olympic "Hopeless Romantic
Is it a character flaw to be helpless when you're not around?
Because I'm a hopeless romantic and as graceless as a rodeo clown.
Like the punchline of a joke I once heard on this television show.
"...and so the priest says to the actor, kid that's just how show business goes."
I've forged all my friendships with all the charm of a rock on the ground. And, I've walked all those lines with the precision of a drunk in a crowd.
So, am I coming through clearly?
About and out.

And when I'm gone I could haunt you, but only if you will allow.
Just find me a white sheet that's long, with two eye-holes cut out.
I'll shift and I'll shake all your dishes and rattle the walls.
And if you hear a doorbell that's me saying, "No, I love you more."
And if the static on the tv starts making harmonious sounds.
Well, am I coming through clearly?
Over and out."

Artist: Talons' & Mount Olympic

Label: Dead Currencies