Helicopters (2022)

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Thick high-quality vinyl pressing with gorgeous full-color cover art by Aman Chaudhary. Album design by Brianne Lucke.

    Includes digital pre-order of Helicopters (2022). You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
    digital album releases February 4, 2022
    item ships out on or around December 17, 2021

      $25 USD or more 

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    Pre-order of Helicopters (2022). You get 1 track now (streaming via the free Bandcamp app and also available as a high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more), plus the complete album the moment it’s released.
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    releases February 4, 2022

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1.
That's When the Helicopters Came
2.
Bye-Bye Truck
3.
Bring the Catastrophist
4.
Blue Boy
5.
My Own Old Man
6.
Loyola Dream 05:03
It doesn’t matter what you did, she’d already made up her mind. She’d already gotten rid of you, doesn’t matter what you tried. If she was tired of you then, now she’d be tired even more. Your heart was what held you together, now you’re all spilled on the floor. You’re a lover, not a fighter, you’re an author, not a writer, and you’re pretty sure you’re gonna blow up. You adore her but can’t have her: she’s before and you are after, and now you wish you had never shown up. Shadows look like puddles, puddles shine like mirrors. Mirrors break like bubbles, but tears are always tears. Somebody fetch a bucket, somebody’s on their knees. Someone pour you in the gutter, let you dissolve into the sea. Wrapped up in the water, stripped of all control, till finally you will have forgot her and you once again are whole. You’re a lover, not a fighter, you’re an author, not a writer, but you were pretty sure you were gonna blow up. You adore her but can’t have her: she’s before and you are after, and now you wish you had never shown up.
7.
Ghost Song
8.
Encyclopedia Blues

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Produced by Alan Weatherhead and Will Georgantas. Mixed by Alan Weatherhead and recorded at homes in San Francisco, Oakland, Palo Alto, Richmond, VA, and Asheville, NC, May–September 2020 and January–February 2021. Mastered by Justin Perkins at Mystery Room Mastering. Cover illustration by Aman Chaudhary. Album design by Brianne Lucke. All songs ©2021, 2022 Zivlizdin Songs/BMI and written by Will Georgantas except for “Bring the Catastrophist,” written by Will Georgantas, Alex Jimenez, and Reese Douglas. Thanks to Elliot Britton, Robert Kennedy, Dan Foldes, and Fletcher C. Johnson.

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releases February 4, 2022

Will Georgantas: guitars and vocals. Alan Weatherhead: guitars, bass, and keyboards. Brookston Fowler: drums. Alex Jimenez: bass on “Bye-Bye Truck.” Reese Douglas: guitar on “Bring the Catastrophist.” Bradley Skaught: guitar on “My Own Old Man” and “Loyola Dream.” Megan Slankard and Brad Brooks: harmony vocals on “Bring the Catastrophist.” Julian Müller: keyboards and harmony vocals on “Blue Boy.” Annie Rose Palmer: harmony vocals on “Blue Boy.” John Elliott: harmony vocals on “Encyclopedia Blues.”

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