Songs

Discography

Album Track List (Provisional)

Original Songs

Anna Key
Cats & Dogs New!
Cut the Messenger  
Forest
Girl on Train
Monster New!
Mugs and Trees
Playwright
Save the Wail
The Mourning After New!
The Return New!
Tonight Forever  
Umbra
Valley of Flowers New!  
Wail & Bee New!
White Flag New!

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For though the power's wrong what hope does she have as she falls to her doom, a grinding in the loom...
You proudly hold your safety net – a canopy or a bayonet?
ad solem non ambulo; non speculum contemplo; numerus mei meus est; sententia mei mea est...
The rivers flowed through the grey lands as muddy as my heart...
No space to go down on one knee... but I had something to tell her...
Once upon a time we were standing strong; now by graphite we prepare the final gong...
Meet the gal from Trehafod - thinks it's the Eisteddfod; meet the lass from Llanfair, lighting up the pyre...
Tell me I'm a control freak; tell me I'm just weak, searching for ideals; but I know my soul still feels...
Sometimes it all feels so cold - never was I ever told; confused, perplexed, not understood, conceal my face in a green hood...
The people have spoken but the signal is broken; I can't hear what they're saying; do they know the game they're playing?
You may think you feel fear but you know you need us here...
I'd call out were I not mute; I sense you standing but you're not there - held down by fierce weakness, captive, held here by nothing...
See reflections ahead of me, but I can't see myself; the years, decades of hasty faltering steps; I can feel the trail...
The sun is shinging tonight... The moon is gleaming tonight...
Don't know the way from here; don't see the way to roads more clear...
The rain's coming down and it's not going to stop; time's running out to break through the lock...

Covers / Parodies

Days of the Thilrads  
Spring of 003

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Based on The Days of the Phoenix by AFI
Based on Summer of 69 by Bryan Adams