Leaning Into The End

by The Aesthetics

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leaning into the end is our last release.
it's about getting older and things.

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released August 15, 2015

vocals, rhythm guitar, bass, bad drums: rs
lead guitar, better drums: dillon hansen

engineered, recorded, produced, mixed, mastered and made at bad cat studios, seattle, wa

copyright 2015 the aesthetics
the aesthetics are on bad cat records (seattle, wa)

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The Aesthetics Seattle, Washington

The Aesthetics are a lit-rock band from Seattle, Washington. Their music is best described as an amalgamation of Built to Spill, Pavement and Jimmy Eat World. Winners of IHS' Battle of the Bands two years running and a formerly signed (oooooOOOooohhhh) artist, The Aesthetics are awesome. ... more

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Track Name: Never Liked It
I know you never liked that dress.
Its orange leaves left you blending in.
But that won’t stop you from putting it on.
No, that won’t stop you from putting it on (and on and on…)

With flimsy effervescence,
Yeah you fumbled like a fawn.
Things will all be different,
But only slightly, later on.

Don’t listen to the susurrus –
The susurrus,
Yes, the sound

Of seconds slipping by, and
(Off the face)

I can sense the shade is shifting.
The branches bare now are gettin’ greener.
Nothing will stop you from breathin’ in.
Nothing can stop you from breathin’ in, and on and on

With a touch of hesitation
And a target seen and locked,
Everything is different
And the observer is lost.

She listened to the mumbling,
The whispers
And was caught.

She listened to the mumbling
The whispers never stop.

It’ll take awhile,
Then we’ll know it.
We’re looking for a plan
So we can blow it.
Gotta draw our hand
So we can show it.

And you don’t need to know
How long this thing will go.

It’ll take a long time,
Then we’ll know it.
We’re searching for a God
That we can go with.
It’ll take awhile,
We’ll never show that

We will never know
How long this thing will go.

(It goes on and on and on...)
Track Name: Back to Oxeye
A stiff breeze blows away
All the hands of the day
And takes the painter’s favorite sunset:
Pastoral meaning, suburban subset.

The colors are running scared,
Spangles on a goodbye to the day.
Can’t make up their endings,
The exodized remains.

I am the foreigner.
A person out of place.
Misled me, married a mariner forgetting
To re-align his faith.

The colors are running scared,
Spangles on a goodbye to the day.
Can’t make up their endings,
The exodized remains.

Take me back to Oxeye.
Take me back to the last goodbye.
Take me back to Oxeye.
Take me back to the last goodbye.