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This is about having a bunch of weird dreams and waking up to realize that you still live in the white-capitalist-hetero-patriarchy. Also some other stuff.
A BRIEF RANT ABOUT TRIGGER WARNINGS AND THE NOTION OF "PC":
So I give trigger warnings for my music, yeah, I know that's not really a thing. If you are thinking "what is this PC bullshit?" then you might not actually like my music or me. I want to say that I think the term "PC" as it is often used in punk scenes, is total bullshit. I'm sick of hearing people complaining about being censored, this is not about adhering to some strict code, it's about respecting people's experiences. I have no desire to be "politically correct" fuck that. I DO want to recognize that we live in a fucked up world where many people experience various forms of intense violence, institutionalized or otherwise. A lot of us have been pretty damaged and some of us experience very serious emotional and physical reactions to reminders of the violence we have faced. I think it is important to treat each other with respect which means making an effort to not rub salt in each others wounds
I also think it is important to say that a trigger warning doesn't mean you are supposed to have an emotional reaction to something, it just means that maybe some people could. Also I know that it is impossible to warn everyone about everything that could potentially make them feel crappy, duh. Music makes me feel things sometimes, that's one of the main reasons I love music. I think it's important to write about the tough stuff and try and relate to one another this way. If these songs were an essay or zine or something, I would certainly put a trigger warning on it, so why not on an album? Take it or leave it.
Heads up, some songs talk about sexual violence, death, self harm, depression, anxiety, other shitty stuff and also hopefully something positive.
Or you could interpret them in a totally different way from me, who knows!
released 14 September 2012
Devil's Coachwhip on this album is:
Nick Berger - songs, guitar, bass, accordion, banjo + vocals
Bruenor Battlehammer - drums
Potato, Kellyanne, Riley's momma, mysterious person - back up vocals
Katrina - album art
Devil's Coachwhip live is nick playing one instrument at a time.
Thanks to Savage Wasteland, Alder and Wiser, The Ranch, Bruenor, Katrina, Pat, Olive, olive the friends, all of the friends.
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