Nothing Special

by Harmony Woods

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releases May 5, 2017

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Recorded at The Metal Shop in Philadelphia, PA
Produced/engineered/mixed by Jacob Ewald
Mastered by Ian Farmer

All songs written by Sofia Verbilla
Vocals/rhythm guitar/keys by Sofia Verbilla
Lead guitar by Brendan Lukens
Bass by Sophy Kelsall
Drums by Jeremy Berkin
Artwork by Emily Dubin
Emotional support and validation by Jowan Mead

I'd like to thank my father, every person who helped bring this record into the world, and every person who has supported me thus far. I love you all and I am grateful for you each and every day.



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Track Name: Jenkintown-Wyncote
The quickest way to your apartment is half an hour spent on regional rail. Trees pass by as the windows shake, the breaks squeaking without fail. The smell of weed and cheap perfume. A general air of darkness looms. I lift my head and all I see is a dark tunnel surrounding me. For a second or two, I question if it's all really worth it. Uncomfortable seats and the grinding of teeth wears me thin, but then I walk a few blocks and I knock on your door and I'm reminded why I pay seven bucks to meet you here at midday: it's 'cause your smile quite frankly, actually reminds me that things might be okay.
Track Name: Renovations
How do you know when it's the right time to go? 'Cause you always seem to leave in my time of need. Please, just sit and stay with me. I miss the days before we started to drift away when we could talk about nothing for hours straight. You'd say, "Don't be afraid, we'll find our place someday," but sadly, darling, that day never came. I tried to build a home in you, but the foundation was overlooked. The floorboards are shaking in the room we loved once. Is this the end for us? You know how much I love to take care of you, but sometimes I have to take care of me, too. This is the third day you've spent shacked up in your bed and I'm wondering if you'll ever pull through. I can't tell what's worse: you leaving in the night or never leaving at all. I swore that I was cursed, but now the ceiling's falling, the paint's chipping off the walls.