Terminus, tout le monde descend


Lungfish tour postcard. Chicago, 1994.

The sound of Tuesday. Something to appease my brain that suddenly decided that it would be amazing to smell like a dog instead of getting one. 

Tick Tock
Tick Tock

She called me on the phone
She could tell by the sound of my voice I was sitting all home alone
She said to me in a whispering tone:

Do you believe?
Do you believe?
Do you believe in liberation?

Lungfish all day, every day.

Let your left hand know what your right hand is doing

Let your right hand know what your left hand has gone through

Another Lungfish day.

I don’t know much more perfect ending to a record than The Evidence followed by Terminal Crush on Pass and Stow. Just hearing the first notes gives me goosebumps (NB: this is not a violent/noisy/hardcore/dissonant song. Even if you don’t like what I usually post you should really give it a try. And yes I know that Spotify has commercials and requires a software installation but it’s free & legal. Or you pay for it & you don’t get commercials anymore).

Dischord is currently reissuing all their records in Vinyl (with MP3 dowload codes) so what are you waiting for?

Listening to Lungfish all day, every day. Such a perfect band, post-hardcore for the slow crowd.

Lungfish is a  band formed in 1987 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. All of their music has been released by the Washington, D.C. punk labelDischord except for their first LP, Necklace of Heads which was released by Simple Machines (it was later added to the CD release of Talking Songs for Walking by Dischord).