"At the End of South Washington"
I haven’t talked about this album a lot really, but now that the tapes are here & the zines are printed with nice card stock metallic covers, it feels really done. And I feel really proud.
This album is 10 songs. I wrote most of them living at 1424 S. Washington. Two songs about being emotionally unavailable/thick skinned/why. One song about being young and gay in Pleasant Mills, Indiana. One song about my best friend’s band practicing in the basement. One and a half songs about being in love with people who are bad for me. One black and white porch cat. Two lines about shirts. Rabbit hunting. Mall maps. Paper cuts. Secrets I am tired of having.
I worked really hard on the songs for this album and they mean a lot to me. Some things are hard to say. I tried to be embarrassingly honest.
The zine is 36 pages, black and white. Lyrics for all the songs, some of them have notes. Updates on my two younger sisters, photos of friends/places, big thank yous, some writing, and noise. It seemed important to me to have a nice zine to give with the album. It makes me feel like I’m giving a whole picture or something.
A lot of people have been very encouraging and kind to me. Thank you very very much.
Cassette was put out by GHOST FRIEND RECORDS in San Diego, CA. Ghost Friend doesn’t have any online presence, so you can order a tape through me if you want.
***if you don’t have $$ and you wanna download instead of stream, talk to me**