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record out in the hi-desert, april 2018, at hi-dez studios (nathan sabatino). with stew heyduk

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We steal from the living
To worship with the dead
But they dont dream
They dont dance
And we are standing, instead
At the altar before us
A virgin chorus

The sirens of silence
You cut with a knife
Illuminated by your cellular device
Rivers of people
Bodies in motion
Flowing through the streets, right into the ocean

Where did we come from
Where did we go
Where have we been
Oh no, i dont know

Where did we come from
Where did we go
Where have we been
Oh no, i dont know

We steal from the living
To worship with the dead
But they dont dream
They dont dance
And we are standing, instead
At the altar before us, a virgin chorus
Sprang forth, from the center of the forest

Where did we come from
Where did we go
Where have we been
Oh no, i dont know

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released June 16, 2019
thomas hennessy grogan, vocals + guitar
stew heyduk, bass, drums, organ, backing vox

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Grogan Social Scene Washington, D.C.

Grogan sings poetic, philosophical musings in a striking baritone reminiscent of David Berman of The Silver Jews, The National’s Matt Berninger, and Bill Callahan. Musically, Grogan Social Scene is evocative of Pavement, Wilco and early Modest Mouse, however, the band achieves its own unique sound with the juxtaposition of elegant violin that weaves its way around Grogan’s powerful voice. ... more

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