Calling Station Angel Zebra

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Watching from the shadows, a gaunt Severin scratched his head and squinted skeptically at the craft. Severin was insane but not stupid. This flight across a dead ocean was stupid. He grimaced and turned away mumbling, “It'll do. It'll have to do. Best be taking care of business, I.” He stole half a glare at Owl before fading back into shadows. Best be watching out for Severin, little finch-fucker, you.

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Why do the horizons look so far away to me.
Why are we so blind to the things around.
Why do meaningless become the norm, the form, the way to be.
And why do I keep hoping

Calling out into the void
The nothingness.
Calling out where nobody knows.

Freedom.

I find yet another open sky.
Freedom lies on the other side.
Freedom, just another prison.
But it's always the same.
I find yet another naked spirit gone astray.
To violate. Instead of you.

How come all your blood tastes bitter beneath your memories.
How come never ending agony is ever lasting treasury.
How come all your lovers, all your soldiers, gather round to seize your body.

Why am I still waiting.

Calling out into the void.
The emptiness.
Calling out where nobody knows.
I wait eternally.
Calling out into the void.
The emptiness.
Calling quietly for you.
But you are nothingness.
Calling out but nobody knows.

No no no no, gone gone gone gone, no no no no, gone gone gone gone.

This is Dead Crow Depository Calling Station Angel Zebra - Please respond.


Calling out into the void.
This open sky where you try to hide.

Calling out where nobody knows.

I find yet another open sky.
Freedom lies on the other side.
Freedom, just another prison.
But it's always the same.
I find yet another naked spirit gone astray.
To violate. Instead of you.

I'm calling you out, in all of this sky.
Can somebody hear me?

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from Corium, released March 10, 2019
Bill Babcock: Guitars, Keyboards, Drum Hackery
Jordi Ribas: Bass
Jenny K Brennan: Vocals, Lyrics

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Icarus Machine Lakeville, Massachusetts

The members of Icarus Machine came together late 2015 after collaborating online over several years on various projects with each other. The members, Bill Babcock, Jenny K Brennan and Jordi Ribas, hail from all over the world: Massachusetts, United States; Ontario, Canada; all the way to Galicia, Spain. ... more

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