hrbs​/​hourglass split cd​-​r

by hrbrs//hourglass

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this split cassette is a result of a long collaboration between two melodic hardcore bands, one from the south coast of australia, and another from the sunny counties of california. both bands have put out some well received demos and eps in the past; and worked together on this one to create something is more than just a "split".

release date: november 19th

this project is a collaboration between myself and rooftop records, one stylish chap from the united states.

lacklustre release #10 (lck010)

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released November 19, 2013

hrbs is:
tyler, nico, matthew, daniel & jack
hourglass is:
jai, craig, brendan, matthew & nicholas

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Track Name: hourglass - mirrors
How could one look mean so much to me?
How could you leave me without a chance to breathe?
Is it fair that to you I am no one, when you are my everything?

I'm fucking sick of looking in the mirror and hating all that stares back at me.
I've hated my life, and myself, for so long that I know this is all I'll ever amount to be.
I'm tired of being a failure, I'm so fucking tired of everything.
Cause life's holding me down

Despite my best efforts, it seems that I'm destined to sink.
I know you can't hear me; but at least it gives me peace.
Try give me one more reason why not to die in my sleep.
Here lies the end of my road, and I hope it marks the end of my struggles.

The one thought that keeps plaguing my mind
Will I still hold your heart tomorrow?
I know i don't deserve a moment of your time
But just your smile alone makes me want to stay alive.

I'm letting go of these tainted mirrors, you've opened me to light.
Lifted me from the waters, filled my lungs with new life.
Walked me down and unmarked road, no longer yearning to die.