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I Came Back

from Spread The Feeling by Pernice Brothers

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Bless me father, it’s been far too many years since I woke without your slippery tongue inside my ear: Boy, you’d better never tell a should that I was here. I came back to hear the old man cry. I came back to hear the old man cry. You might think it fades to nothing like the sound of a heavy mass slamming a smaller one around. But it just keeps on coming up, and I swallow it back down. I came back to hear the old man cry. We go. We go. We go like a lamb to the flame. We come. We come for the thing that won’t be saved.

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from Spread The Feeling, released September 9, 2019

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Pernice Brothers Boston, Massachusetts

Joe Pernice formed Pernice Brothers in Massachusetts with his brother Bob in 1997 when Joe was playing with his band the Scud Mountain Boys. The Scuds disbanded later that year, and Pernice Brothers became Joe’s main musical focus. Their debut release was the '97 Monkey Suit 7” on Sub Pop, followed by the LP Overcome by Happiness in '98.
Pernice & Linehan launched their Ashmont Records in '99.
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