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Peter Medwed Its a kind a of mix between shoe-gazer and hardcore. Nice. Favorite track: The Winter is Mine....
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released March 9, 2015

Recorded, edited, and mastered by Matheus Silva.

Album cover by Keara Spicer.

Blithe Augury is:
Matias – drums and high-frequency screaming
Brian – twinkly guitar coming at your right ear
Matheus – 4-string axe and yelling + whining
Amir – 6-string axe and pre-pubescent voice cracking

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Track Name: Tiger Uppercut
Comfort is soft to the touch like pale skin and tender lips
A numbing sensation is greeted with open arms
Not a search in vain, but solace in earth-colored glass
Buried in a leather backseat and reborn to see another day
in regret
Track Name: The Winter is Mine...
Stretch into infinity then slowly fade away into an infinitely painful end
Grassy plains and trees are reminiscent of effortless days
A lonely life finds painless consciousness in a dream
Don't change yourself, you're everything anyone could hope for
and it's hard to forget nostalgic dream-like memories of a long-lost past
Still not good enough, certain things are best left alone
Track Name: God's Teeth
Staring with reverence at a portrait thinly veiled
Closing in, these walls are caving in
and all optimism is lost, in loving everything except for yourself

Stranger,
I've lost my way
Hopeless,
Downtrodden heart
Miser,
misunderstood

And with this lack of posture comes a weaker resolve
The warmth of what used to be
The days were colder then when you weren't by my side
The grace of your presence

But I refuse to fold,
lost hopes and dreams are reanimated
Isn't this the part where you cover my eyes and say that you were there all along?

Staring with reverence at a portrait thinly veiled
Faith surmounted, the pains of being kind
All you seek, comes from within