Funeral Hymn #4

from MOMENTS OF IMPACT by The Small Calamities

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Music and lyrics written by Charlie Wolf (BMI).
Recorded in Oakland, LA, and New York.

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LYRICS:
i read the note you left behind a hundred times or more. the way you took the time to dot your ‘i’s with hearts—it's hard to break the habit, yeah, I mean, I still begin to send you things but all the silence that we grew means nothing feels too different without… but how was it supposed to feel to wake up knowing there's no way to fix the promises we broke? and how does this ever heal? all these temporary things that we thought would make the cut when i was waiting for those winter words to thaw to something new. and I would have drove back down if I thought we'd make it up when I was waiting for our summer songs to slow to something blue.

i tried to put it all behind me but I'm not that strong. the way your frown is permanently fixed like cynical reminders of that last goodbye. i sat inside my car and waited for direction or a sign but I never got anywhere. but how were we supposed to be? to end up dreaming of the hollywood solution to it all… but what does that even mean?

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from MOMENTS OF IMPACT, released April 9, 2021
THE SMALL CALAMITIES:
Charlie Wolf - lead vocals, guitars, mandolin, foleying, synths, programming
Christian Kalafut - bass
Hayden Parker - drums
& sometimes:
Bobby Victor - keys, additional programming

ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL:
harmonies: Gwen Weston

Engineered by Edwin Gonzalez, Jess Fenton, and Charlie Wolf.

Mixed by Vince Ratti in Philly.
Mastered by Alan Douches in New York & Jonathan Kirchner in San Francisco.

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The Small Calamities

A whirlwind of punk rock angst, power pop hooks & Americana jangle, The Small Calamities blend a wry humor, Springsteenesque imagery, and naked earnestness to create what reviewers have called “imagery-laden anecdotes" & "poison-tipped confessionals". Smash Mouth follows them on twitter. ... more

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