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88 CDs only, each with handmade artwork and your name (or a name of your choice) in lyrics of title track
Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album
The physical release of The Winter of 88 will be limited to only 88 CDs, each with handmade artwork. The name of each person who pre-orders one of these will be included in the lyrics of the song The Winter of 88. Your copy of the album will also be named after you.
Includes unlimited streaming of The Winter of 88 (album, 2015)
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
All the Christmas songs, all the pictures on the wall, won't keep out the cold, or make you feel less old
You say that you're fine but you are not fine at all
You watch the world progress and need you less and less,
knowing that you are past the half way point
knowing that you don't want to go where you're going
But you need to remember that the weather's just weather
or the cold will get colder, it'll just kill you faster
If you do one thing between now and spring don't let the winter freeze your heart
And the love and attention you want won't come and the world just seems more unfair
And some idiot on the radio is convinced we should all love snow
And you know to survive you've got to keep warm
But you just want to give up, cry, and throw the doors open
You need to remember that the weather's just weather
And the chill of this winter will not last forever
So if you do one thing between now and spring don't let the winter freeze your heart
don't let the winter freeze your heart
Swimmer One is Andrew from Seafieldroad's main band. They've released two albums so far, The Regional Variations and Dead Orchestras, both available to buy from Swimmer One's Bandcamp page Seafieldroad
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"Wintery acoustic songs about love hate, death and other stuff". And swearing. In Scottish.
Not much more anyone could ask for!
Honestly, sometimes life is just miserable, and there has to be a soundtrack for wallowing in that misery. This is it, and in a strangely uplifting way. Wind in the Willows