i hate driving cars (part II)

from by 8-bit crEEps

/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

      $1 USD  or more

     

lyrics

i fell asleep again
i hate driving cars…anymore
and when it’s time to go
dark water swallow me whole

and there’s the Drake Hotel
pink light so high…cut me down
and once around the bend
you looked much older, than before

sitting at the bar
my hands looked blue
those old tapestries
don’t make sense to me, how ‘bout you?

a wraith at the World’s Fair
translucent white…cut me down
it all seemed so bright
the night sky, swallowed them whole

suddenly it’s so loud
it shook our feet from the ground
parents must be so proud
you took the easy way out

what’s wrong? what’s wrong?
what’s wrong? what’s wrong?
took the easy way out.

words by: M. Kong

credits

from a strange little party, released August 3, 2018
songs written & performed by 8-bit crEEps
(without the aid of proper sleep, sobriety or the peace-of-mind one can only get from knowing their future is in the hands of rational and sane individuals)
LET'S PARTY!

Mick Kong: vocals, guitars
J. Bird James: bass
the Ginger Glitch: synthesizers, electric piano, organ, backing vocals
Joey Charch: drums

engineered affectionately by Erik Rasmussen
at Decade Studios Chicago
(and a couple guitars in Mick's apartment)

mixed & produced by Erik Rasmussen
(with occasional helpful and unhelpful suggestions given in equal parts by us crEEps)

mastered by Collin Jordan
at The Boiler Room

artwork by Matthew Bremer
at Colour Out Of Space Workshop


**please attribute any defective material to the stresses of nepotism, capitalism and cognitive dissonance.
take my advice, pull down your pants and slide on the ice.

if you would like a strange little t-shirt visit 8bitcreeps.threadless.com

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

8-bit crEEps Chicago, Illinois

Syd Barrett singing happy birthday to David Byrne.
Psych-Wave.

Inspired by a lone, nameless man. His dilated pupils are equal parts apathy and anxiety.
The square-wave soundtrack was a worm in his brain.

The dimly lit Chicago arcades he would frequent left strange impressions on young minds. This is where you'll find those impressions.

This music scene is giving us the crEEps.
... more

shows

contact / help

Contact 8-bit crEEps

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code

If you like 8-bit crEEps, you may also like: