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New single from The History Of Colour TV's upcoming third album, "Something Like Eternity".


released November 25, 2016

Wreck recorded by Peter Deimel, March 9th 2016 at Black Box studios.
Mastered by Peter Deimel & David Odlum.

August Twenty First recorded & mastered by E_S_D.

All music and lyrics by The History Of Colour TV.
Photography by Jaike.

Catalog number BOOK I
© 2016 The History Of Colour TV, under exclusive license to Weird Books.
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Dreamy, melodic rock, with tendencies towards darkness & noisy edges.

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Track Name: Wreck
Wearing out the shoes I borrowed,
though by now it's clear you could care less.
The same applies to everything -
I've know you proud, but seen you fading.
And you quote the darkest words,
some band that could be worse -
I sit and sympathize.

Tearing up a page of broken promises
and plans made for you.

See, I want to help my friends,
but they're too smart for me,
and every scheme I pitch is 'so last year'.
And it's some fucked up irony - some fear of getting better -
creating the distance.
We cruise the night in silence...

A color where all is calm,
shivering pain,
they come to me in waves.
Several surfaces mimic shapes -
cellophane, glass, aluminium.
Identifying parts and pieces.
I focus on the frame where I can see
your hand within arm's reach,
the crushed ice of the windshield.
I sympathize for last time.

The wealth of detail is now unreal,
from your healing tattoo, to the holes in the heel of my shoe.