|1||Back Before a Time Out Lasted 10 to 20 Years||3:26|
|2||I May Be the Final Nail, But it Took a Team to Build This Coffin||6:08|
|3||The Ruins of Machu Picchu Were an Ancient Prototype For the Future of Detroit||7:54|
|4||If We Were Half as Clever, We'd Be Twice as Alive. Unless We Got the Math Wrong, In Which Case... Dead||8:44|
|5||We Build Ghost Towns From the Ground Up||8:36|
Five songs about attempting to postpone the kind of death that takes you long before your body gives out, the reprisals of the past which occur when one reprises the past, witnessing the rampant spread of an invasive species of concrete, and realizing that while the human heart does indeed have four chambers, it's not spacious enough to live in. Or, more succinctly: birds, wolves, and death y'all.
Recorded by Eric Shapiro and the Sad Bastard Book Club.
Painting by Erin Magee.
released April 1, 2014