"A new cassette single called "Strange Love" & "A Nightmare" recorded by The Everywheres at home on North Street in Halifax during the Autumn of 2014. The cover art was done by Nicholas Hanlon. This one is for you if you're feeling slightly frightened by the noises you hear as you walk the daily beat. At this point there are innumerable songs called "Strange Love" or some variation on that theme. You already knew that. And A Nightmare I had a few weeks ago but I can hardly remember. The one thing I know is that there was an angry crowd."
released November 12, 2014
Samuel Hill - Vocals/Guitars/FunMachine
Adam Gravelle - Bass Guitar
Curtis Rothney - Drums
Nicholas Hanlon & Brian Askew - Vocals
i wandered through the trees i caught that strange disease some may call it love, some call it fate but I've waited much too long & my shadow grew 'till dawn but now it's through / in these savage times you had best define the feelings that you hold for those who rise above, now they've waited far too long & their shadows grew 'till dawn and now they're through
and i haven't seen the sun since i don't know when i've been stuck inside of memphis with the mobile blues again / and i haven't seen the sun since i dont know when i've been crawling through the fence and i've been sleeping in the hedge / and i haven't seen the sun since i don't know when i've been living in a country near the city's golden edge / and i haven't seen the sun since i don't know when i've been stuck inside of memphis with the mobile blues again
Track Name: A Nightmare
please be kind to me you know i've done no wrong / please incite the crowd they've waited for so long / proceed to raise your arms and show us who is god / i'm still slightly afraid i know he has no heart
(savage times are scary)
now you've painted every thought you have blood red / sickly visions and indecision inside your head / "do you trust me? you know i love thee", that's what he said / "you've dug your own grave now you must go pray in it"