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  • Poster/Print + Digital Album

    The definitive physical format of Locust Avenue: a high-quality 12X12" print of the album art on 130# stock paper, complete with lyrics, liner notes, and a download code on the reverse. Hang it on your wall, or store it with your vinyl.

    First edition limited to 300 hand-numbered copies.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Locust Avenue via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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lyrics

I used to drive a lot.
Thought I had vision beyond.
I am older now.

I am older now,
and I watch my dreams turn
to fit in your house.

But I am distractible still—
(how to make you see reason?)
You gotta sow me each season.

Summer comes around and the town thins out.
Autumn comes around and the work dries up.
Winter comes and the apples fall.
Spring hardly comes at all.

You gotta sow me each season;
I will not come back on my own.

With patience,
you might see the pitch drop.*
Or with great focus,
dandelion through the blacktop.
Or you might leave my orbit
to visit any other moon.

Don't be gone too long; don’t come back too soon.
I gotta sow you each season.

Wooly bear on the porch in the morning,
leopard moth on the sill at night.
The Rappahannock is a river in Virginia
and the ocean is where rivers go to die.

You gotta sow me each season;
I will not come back on my own.

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from Locust Avenue, released February 3, 2015

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Nettles Charlottesville, Virginia

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