From This Height

from by Georgia Fields



Icicles on the outside; molten rock on the inside
And she would break like a scythe of horizon sky
Skeleton are her branches with white egg shells underfoot
And she would break like an Autumn ember leaf

On her way back down through Astral Debris
Falling out like a meteor in the stratosphere
On her way back down through city lights
Everything looks so small from this height

She is nuclear winter in paper maché skin
And she would break like summer monsoon


from Astral Debris, released February 9, 2016
Written by Georgia Fields. Produced and mixed by Tim Shiel. Drums and bass recorded live by Tristan Ludowyk at Soundpark Studios. Drums by Tim Coghill. Bass by Jules Pascoe. Piano, synths, drum programming and percussion by Tim Shiel. Guitars by Ben Edgar. Hammond organ, programming and synths by Matty Vehl. Trumpet by Ed Fairlie.



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