This Water That Is Warm (I Will Soon Join)

by Familiars

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As the ice and snow of the winter begin to melt away, a curtain is lifted revealing a new but familiar landscape.
This 7 inch tells the story of the melt and the landscape.


released March 12, 2017

Familiars are Kevin Vansteenkiste, Anton Babych & Jared MacIntyre

Produced, Engineered & Mixed by Josh Korody @ Candle Recording
Mastered by Gavin Gardener @ Lacquer Channel Mastering


Familiars are a Full Moon Records recording artist.
Copyright© 2017 Familiars.



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Track Name: As Our Distance Has Grown Further
I have shrank smaller
as our distance has grown further
since I’ve broken free this waters getting warmer
as I slowly drift my time is leaving faster
this water that is warm I will soon join
away, away, away.
Track Name: The Gardiner's Coming Down
I don’t want to lose my friends
waiting for the weekend
but you know what’s best

waiting on work
I ain’t clocking in
starting to wear thin

I want a brand new car
take me far, take me far
I want house in rosehill
what a thrill to pay my bills

gardiner’s coming down
watch it drown, watch it drown
gonna dig a hole
and fill it in, and fill it.