One of the newest songs from the band formed in 1994 by the Washington pair of Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein, named after a street in they home town of Lacey, this typically quick-witted indie number, harking back to teenage angst, is taken from their 2015 album No Cities To Love in the Sub Pop label.
Every day I throw a little party
But a fit would be more fitting
And every time I climb a little higher
Should I leap or go on living?
Hear the voices venomous and thrilling
In my head they're always calling
But I wanna gotta go the way my blood beats
So I'm not fodder for their folly
No one here is taking notice
No outline will ever hold us
It's not a new wave, it's just you and me
Eyes are the only witness
Die to prove we ever lived this
Invent our own kind of obscurity …
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