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Grimpy EP

by Laundry Week

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1.
Lets go to that same park that we walked in when it was dark. Where we lost track of the time. But the second time ‘round is never as much fun as the first time ‘round. But the third time ‘round- the third time comes close. And I fall out of style again 'cause it’s so hard to keep up. It’s the death of meaning, and everybody’s memeing 'cause that's how we relate. They come and go so fast, but they aren’t meant to last, they’re meant to laugh. It doesn’t matter what I say. You will not hear it anyway. All my friends are frosted flakes. Yeah, I think they’re pretty fucking great. But they always show up late and that ticks me off. And we all will pass in time. Bet a dollar, bet a dime. The T.V. shows never got it right. But just because it’s fleeting doesn’t mean that it’s defeating, it’s all fine. Memories will be saved. I won’t let go to waste my frosted flakes. Toss out all the dramatics and the queens that came with It's unnecessary noise. think it’s fun? That’s a myth And I fall out of style again. 'cause it’s so hard to keep up.
2.
Ooh my my my The spider with the one eye says "I’m tired of flies. Gimme something with spice” Throw my train of thought off the rails There’s not one second for details If you want to love me, now's the time; When I've got nothing on my mind. Ooh tee hee hee the bear up in the tree desperate for some honey doesn’t notice the bees Now for the hardest part Moving in to make a mark If you want to love me, now's the time; When I've got nothing on my mind. Throw my train of thought off the rails There’s not one second for details If you want to love me, now's the time; When I've got nothing on my mind.
3.
Try to find where truth lies. Drowning all the fruit flies. Yes, no matter what I find, I just can’t make the left turn right. ‘Cause the nice traps aren’t free. Sit down and watch stand up comedy. Concentrate and scatter. Mr. Zero, what’s the matter? Please, no flash photography. It dulls all of the imagery. Kid around with all the adults. Won’t you think about that impulse? Neglecting all of the fame. If you’re special, stay the same. Just a little too tall pushing forward to the bathroom stall. Concentrate and scatter. Mr. Zero, what’s the matter? Please, no flash photography. It dulls all of the imagery. Push me away all you want, just don’t pull him in. From far away, I see you standing close. Hear through my ears, and hit it on the nose. My brain morphed to mush and is torn at the seams. I just can’t stop thinking all about these (juxtaposed positions). From far away, I see you standing close. Hear through my ears, and hit it on the nose. Concurrently, I love and hate you This whole time, I thought I was immune to (juxtaposed positions).
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Chance 05:17
From a bountiful stash of character traits, he chooses ones from the top, not the base. Watching which ones work well for others, the chameleon wears camouflage colours. With chance playing on nobody's side, why waste your time? With so many treasures to choose from, why choose mine? Spit in the overflowing sink. What do i want to wear? It's so easy to overthink. I need some fresh air. Flailing on a single thread with a set of slippery hands. Try to think before I’m dead. It’s so hard to dance. With chance playing on nobody's side, why waste your time? With so many treasures to choose from, why choose mine? Finding the proper balance of comfort and continued stride, it’s so easy to become fluff. To get left behind. To never get to climb. To only be a step. To forget another line. To turn into a wreck.

credits

released July 25, 2019

Laundry Week is:
Charles Pickard (guitar, vox)
Daniel Blade (bass)
Shea Iles (drums)

All songs written by Laundry Week
Produced and mixed by Sean Newton & Declan Paxton
Mastered by Brett Klein
Artwork by Spencer Smith
Recorded at Smile! Studios in Edmonton, AB in March & April 2019

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Laundry Week Edmonton, Alberta

Laundry Week came to be in 2018. They blend alternative, post-punk, and art rock sounds featuring unique chord progressions and strong melodic ideas creating high-powered rock songs with energy to spare. The boys have shared the stage with many talented bands, both local and out-of-town, including Mother Mother. ... more

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