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Sick/Sea – “Robot”

0 Comments 12 October 2012

Sick/Sea’s “Robot” is a pleasant indie pop track on the familiar topic of growing up and life’s little lessons.  I don’t usually engage in the lyrics of songs being a more musical listener but these are pretty spot on.  My favorite: “I change my dreams like socks on my feet, but oh my feet have grown”, vocalist/guitarist Audrey Scott sings about one’s ever-evolving life directions only to follow with her resolution “now when I sleep, I do not fight, cause now I’ve learned to let my old self die”.  Excellent stuff.  ”Robot” is from the McAllen, Texas group’s debut album Moral Compass out on Autumn + Colour on October 16th.

Sick/Sea – “Robot”



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