Remember Alderaan?

by Dogleg

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britt schermerhorn god bless dogleg Favorite track: Star 67.
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Remember Alderaan? is a departure from the “emo revival” ties of the first self-titled EP and sees the band trying to capture the way the songs would be performed live – faster, hectic, and bursting with ferocity. Before beginning the writing process, the trio never really defined a sound that they wanted to have, and tried to simply get in a room to combine their varying influences and talents, which resulted in a product that they could all be proud of.

Remember Alderaan? was originally intended to be comprised of songs that responded directly to tragedies around the world, encapsulating their frustrations in the music itself. The songs came very easily after the band got together in a room to fine-tune the ideas that were floating around, and they were able to record all the instrumentals over the span of a week in Stoitsiadis’ basement. They took influence from the techniques of Steve Albini in their approach to recording the EP, trying to keep the mix almost entirely free of any sort of digital processing.

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released December 16, 2016

All songs written by Dogleg



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Track Name: Star 67
Flaming eyes inside a wretched head
Harrowed soul falling onto narrow bones
They say the time has come for you to return to form,
To rewind the days, to reset the score
Do you know how to feel?

Can we have your name?
For too many years we've stayed within the dark
we've walked along the cold, we've anchored in the yards
The time has come for me to return to form
To rewind the days, to reset the score
You don't know how it feels

Can we have your name?