Tornado - EP

by Huckleberry Binge

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"Bursting at the seams with talent and energy." -The Valley Advocate

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released 28 August 2013

Recorded onto 1/4 inch tape by Joshua Sitron in Florence MA
Mixed by Joshua Sitron
Mastered by Paul Geluso
Produced by Joshua Sitron and Huckleberry Binge

A very special thanks to Jesse French, who played drums on all of the EP's tracks, and to Megan Miller, who played accordion on "Sleep Through the Storm"

Huckleberry Binge is: Gage Lyons, Jad Quesada Khoury, Jonah Simonak and Will Meyer.

website: www.huckleberrybinge.com
contact: huckleberrybinge@gmail.com

Huckleberry Binge is lucky enough to have an identity crisis. What began as a dingy folk duo at Hampshire College where guitarist Jonah Simonak and bassist Will Meyer were paying homage to their hometown heroes, The Felice Brothers, Huckleberry Binge mutated into a rock band with the addition of drummer Jad Quesada-Khoury and guitarist Gage Lyons. Mark Twain is on a three-day bender: recklessly emotional with huge opinions. Simonak, Meyer, and Lyons contribute three types of songwriting to one dynamic mess steeped in hazy roots rock and chaotic pop anthems. The songs are dancy and dirgy. They’re coming straight from the Northeastern United States - staring deep into the heart of America from swaying pine trees and regurgitating sonic commentary. Casting themselves into ageless megastorms, gazing from above through the "burnt out halls of the missile silos" for a clue. Best possible efforts from a bunch of “country-bred pop critters” (The Boston Counter Cultural Compass 5/30).
Huckleberry Binge has been found sharing the stage with Boston politico-rockers State Radio in a shimmery theatre or at home in a sludgy basement packed with local punks looking for a good tragicomedy. They share bills with local Pioneer Valley heroes And The Kids, Who’Da Funk It?, Young Tricksters, and Great Smokey as well as more Boston-area rockers Among Criminals, The Dig, Cult & Leper, and Noms drawing creatively and motivationally from the host of talent oozing out of Massachusetts.

Their recent efforts, along with producer Joshua Sitron, have resulted in a five song EP recorded onto ¼” tape - their snazziest product ever. Eternal salvation guaranteed or your money back within 34-99 business days.

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Track Name: Sin Sweet Sin
In your 37 floor apartment
you can see the concrete
through the lens of
insecure attachement

there's a rattlesnake in your hallway
he's sippin on gin
you hear the violin
you never know who might invade

how would it be to be alone with me?
because the trade winds never know which way the markets gonna blow

your eldest daughter eloise downstairs
trying to find the cure for ailment
her latest prescription it cannot repair

on your costa rican family vacation
confrontation with the native language
feel the burden of disownment

The walls there are moving in
visions of your first wife
and what is right
get you to commit
to the touch
oh the lush
of Sin Sweet Sin

how would it be to be alone with me?
because the trade winds never know which way the markets gonna blow

In your 37 floor apartment
you can see the concrete
through the lens of
insecure attachement

there's a rattlesnake in your hallway
he's sippin on gin
you hear the violin
you never know who might invade

The banks they are moving in
flashes of a erosion
and skin that went before
get you to commit
to the touch oh the lush
Sin Sweet Sin

The walls they seem closer than beore