Reservoir

by Owl Paws

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    releases 07 July 2015

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1.
Bring Me Back
2.
Constant Dream
3.
Eyes of the Prey
4.
The Fields
5.
Jagged Grin
6.
Lost Silence
7.
Distractions
8.
Outlines
9.
No Consequence
10.
Interlude
11.
Coils of Spring
12.

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thank you to everyone who has helped us throughout the years, this is for you
xoxoxo

This record was made using a blend of analog and digital recording techniques, as well as a mixture of studio and diy home recordings.

drums & acoustic guitar recorded with ben burney @ PRIMITIVE EARS STUDIO
everything else recorded with owl paws @ KITTY KASTLE
mixed with sean paulson @ DIFFERENT FUR STUDIOS
mastered by piper payne @ COAST RECORDERS

this record also was worked on late night @ TINY TELEPHONE STUDIOS

ALBUM ARTWORK BY COLIN FRANGICETTO

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releases 07 July 2015

all songs written by owl paws

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Owl Paws

Owl Paws is a folk-rock trio from San Francisco. Their sound combines acoustic elements of folk music with driving drums, memorable vocals and progressive songwriting.

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Track Name: The Things I Forgot
One sparks the rest
The fire burns
And ill return to you
With bloody hands
A heart of fuel
I cant shake the feeling
Of loving someone so much
It makes you sick
It makes your head spin

Fall come too soon
The things i forgot
Come back to loom
Who would of thought
Id be the one
To follow you though
The setting sun

Movement slow
I gain control
I fall apart
Wishing i done different
Knowing this i let my loss of words sing
There wont be a guiding light
We're still so lost in the middle of the night

Fall come too soon
The things i forgot
Come back to loom
Who would of thought
I'd be the one
To follow you through
The setting sun