After Hours

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    “From Neil Young... by way of Bonnie "Prince" Billy, to Arab Strap, without the charming vulgarity” - The Herald
    "Sounding more like a Scottish Leonard Cohen than ever" - Scots Whay Hae
    "Jack James may be doomed" - The List

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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Letters of Last Resort, Stopping distance, Is that the rain on, Leaving Town, Quarter-life Crisis, and Lights off, headphones on. , and , .

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lyrics

Oh my god, it's after dark
It's after hours
10 million voices all on you
They're not amused about what you put them through
Their points of view all scream of truth
Of how you used them as a stand-in crew

Taking turns, to knock you out
To turn you up, from the sideways round
A stream of hands drips into your mouth
Rainfall north to south, slowly dissolves your house
You no longer stand, there is no room
There is no floor, you're lying on the door

Said some things that I regret
Tried to talk some sense, said things I had not meant
We should be screaming for our lives
Don't seem to have that side
We're both too nice to fight

credits

from Letters of Last Resort, released July 7, 2015

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Jack James Glasgow

Rangy songwriter.

“From Neil Young... by way of Bonnie "Prince" Billy, to Arab Strap, without the charming vulgarity”
-The Herald

"Sounding more like a Scottish Leonard Cohen than ever"
-Scots Whay Hae

"Jack James may be doomed"
-The List
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