we need to coexist and take care of eachother

from by cop graveyard



this song is an attempt to discuss the idea of place, of connection, of how humans are more similar in their pain than in their differences and how support for all humans is a system that can work for everyone in it


(you keep folding your hands, over and over again, as you sense my being, mere metres from you. my presence in the room clouds your concentration and distracts you as if i were emitting a slow, steady, silent drilling vibration. I know you are riddled with anxiety. I try to stroke your mood, attempting to feed you platitudes that in some way boost your estimation of yourself by making someone appear inferior to you. It doesn't work)

when you come back home to me, will you wish you hadn't left at all

(but it doesn't work. you push me aside and you fall into the streets, jangling and slooping across the map of the busy street. It isn't hard to find you, and when I do, I take you into my arms and I feel everything inside of you. I know how much you suffer. I know how much you suffer)

when you come home to me, will you had wished you hadn't gone at all

maybe you should trust your friends


from senior mom is rock, released February 19, 2015



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cop graveyard Glasgow, UK

some solo project (that is sometimes a band) that is very rarely in one place.

lofi / queer indie pop / tweemo


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