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luca vincent
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luca vincent every note is perfectly placed to create a perfect 200 seconds Favorite track: Cancellation Protocol.
Tischwürze
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Tischwürze excellent drumming, playful guitars, beautiful vocal melodies.
the shortness of each and every song is killing me cause they are all so amazing. Favorite track: Sixty-eight Degrees at Sundown.
Stephen Mlinarcik
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Stephen Mlinarcik Confining himself to the very literal title of the project, what Invalids normally does in long form is here condensed to it's necessity, and illustrates Pete Davis' ability to craft a potent and evocative experience in just a matter of seconds. It's a head-spinning burst of sonic expression that demands little of your time, and a lot of your heart. Favorite track: Last Floor.
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reasonablesaxophone The fun invalids insanity, but in bite-sized little tastes. Entire EP has a nice feel that is joyful to listen to Favorite track: Last Floor.
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The echo while leaving didn't mean a thing Functional parity The poles of the playground at night Were much colder than you thought they'd be Surprised by the echo leaving Both surprised the other showed
2.
Struggling in distinguishing The difference between Pity and sympathy Oh what does that even mean? Defenseless in (and seldom since) Our severances, sincerely, someday soon, Hope that means something, too
3.
I worked on listening when I was listening Dull collation Stands to reason there'd be something better Solvent brevity We, all by ourselves, Pieced it together there was nothing That, by its structure, had to happen I worked on having something then, that happened You hadn't said a thing
4.
00:34
Thought you were faking it When you collapsed Holding your ankle At my house on the trampoline Waited for your dad to come pick you up And I felt bad The likelihood of your deception, It was the last exchange we ever had
5.
When did each breath start to matter? More for the vacuum When did we stop turning over? Hands on a shoulder A morning sun will come To spite hollow molting Asynchronicity Where did our habits go? Where, but its half-lit glow?

about

This was a quick project to both a) have something to co-release with the digitals of Top Secret Area EP as a reward for waiting on a non-cassette release, and b) exercise writing within the confines of concisety. Also I went on a nostalgia trip recently with Short Music for Short People and it couldn't be helped!

The instrumental versions are included as bonus tracks, as well as the artwork for the instrumental version. Please keep them as separate entities!

Invalids tabs:
[.tbt] www.tabit.net/tabs/list.php?f=5655

[.txt] dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/2148281/Invalids%20Tabs%20Complete%20Mar%202015.zip

credits

released March 4, 2014

All music and lyrics written by Pete Davis
Pete Davis: guitars, vocals, drum programming (Addictive Drums)
Nick Shaw: bass

Art by Yvette Young
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(c) 2014 Invalids

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Invalids Princeton, New Jersey

Invalids started as the bedroom project of Pete Davis (with remote internet-based collaboration with other musicians). As of March 2015, it has grown to a proper four-piece band with the addition of Joe Scala, Raymond Bonanno, and Brock Benzel.

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