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12" black vinyl copy of Summer, Slowly, with cover art and packaging by Joe Maiocco.
Limited 300 copies.
Includes unlimited streaming of Summer, Slowly
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
shipping out on or around November 1, 2020
I was writing a novel, I was painting a portrait
I was singing a song about another great big forfeit
watching the progress slip through the cracks
the culmination of a year long panic attack
already got me a heart, already got me a brain
just trying to keep the first from breaking, trying to keep the other sane
I’ve got all the courage I need to keep on the road
but for the first time in my life I’ve found someplace that feels like home
it used to be so much easier when the world was black and white
and I could fall into my sadness, click my heels three times and hide
but now the world’s in technicolor, and I’m walking through the door
tell my friends that I’m just fine, and I won’t go back to Kansas anymore
I want to shut down the system, I want to hold my calls
I want to see the world through my own eyes, without a faux social withdrawl
because all these clouds on my canvas, like the choke in my song
like I’m staying out all night without seeing a single star
because there’s a storm a-brewing, there’s a witch on the wind
telling lies and treason, and watching us give in
still we look over the rainbow, but there’s no end in sight
always dreaming in color, but living life in black and white
supported by 24 fans who also own “Summer, Slowly”
Micah is one of my favorite songwriters around, and also an all around gentleman and scholar. Both his solo work and his work with Two Cow Garage seem to work their way into my regular music rotation with ease. doug shaw