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  1. Thigh Tattoo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWq4yXpuRJE

"In my car the other day, I hear this, "love." And in it, they compare to love. And I don't think that's right. To love: I don't think that's peaceful."

Katherine,
you were drinking coffee by the mic stand
i ran by and took a sip
the earth spins,
now i'm gulping and
i'm breathing in the oxygen again

our "when i'm with you.."'s leave a

tattoo of your hand on my thigh
eight arms and a stetson stitched on my eye
not what you've got to lose
but what what you've got to choose from

wandering
playing by the sundry fire kite man
bite down let it be a ride
the earth spins,
oh please darling i don't need anything you can't already give

don't you fall with my two left shoes
just groove..

We're so thankful that you're listening to our new EP, “Sincerely, Swimtrunks.” In order to help you better understand the underlying concept and meaning behind it, we'd encourage you to examine the links you'll find in the lyrics of each song. As well, check out our first EP, “Doldrum Dreams”. The two complete EP's represent the struggle to find life’s purpose, an exploration to apathy and back, “Doldrum Dreams” being the internalization of irrelevance, and “Sincerely Swimtunks” an attempt to reinvent life’s motivations. We hope that you too can find solace in our examination and auditory expression of one of life’s biggest questions! =)

Utmost thanks to everyone who helped us make this record. Thanks to Darian Stribling for helping us track so much of this, Jordan Trotter for mastering, Molly Wheat and Ben Drain for their help on Rocket Quaffle, our best friend and roommate Jaren Evans for supporting and aiding at every turn, Jacob "Bubby" Phillips and Reed Gotcher for offering to let us use some of their recording equipment, Jeremy Buethe for letting us use the bass line he wrote for Mr. Mojojojo, Chris Sloan for his comedic lines, and to the rest our families and loved ones most of all.

Credits:
released October 15, 2016

Music, Lyrics by: Couch Jackets
Recorded at: Blue Chair in Austin, AR
Mastered by: Jordan Trotter of Lockheed Sound