A lullaby of love and loss

There’s something I wanna tell you
But I guess we’d be better off if
I keep my mouth shut
Maybe I’m born too early
Maybe you came in late
This song Diana speaks this irony
Serendipity is an apt description
That falls short to explain
What I feel in this context
And I don’t believe in fate
It reinforces my wishful thinking
And I don’t know I don’t know
What to feel anymore.
I’m about to explode
But I choose to implode to implode.
Serendipity is an apt description,
That falls short to explain
What I feel in this context
And I don’t believe in fate
It reinforces my wishful thinking
And I don’t know
I don’t know what to feel anymore.
I’ll write these words
In letters that I’ll never send to you.
Lullabies that I want to sing
Will never be heard.
I’m pulling the trigger.
I’m kicking the barrel.
I’m off to say goodbye. Goodbye.

>Techno no?

>Things have been getting weird lately… I have been going beyond the bounds of what is supposed to be ‘orthodox’ within punk rock.

I’ve been mixing the demo songs I’ve recorded at home with drum and bass samples.

And I must say that it was a quite enjoyable mix…
—>click here to listen to the new track<— anyways yesterday I also got a surprise from Gato who apparently has finished doing the cd design for DeathToPuberty's tentative EP

>updates and stuff

>Song Updates
i’ve just come up with a new song that I’ve entitled A Lullaby of Love & Lost, which I’ve yet to record. Also I’ve just come up with my own version of some of my favorite songs like: Bic Runga’s Sway; Goldfinger’s Anything; Dashboard Confessional’s Hand Down and Again I Go Unoticed; Rocky Votolato’s Suicide Medicine; and The Cure’s Boys Don’t Cry.

Download
Also Another Grief Observed is now available for download at Purevolume

Lineup changes
DeathToPuberty has recently added Reginald Unigo of formerly of LifeIsTrying as a bass player also been talking with Agee Liñan formerly of On A Day Like Today on second guitar.