Throw It Down

by W I N C H E S T E R

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Cinematic indie electro rock from Toronto

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You could tell by my confusion and my honest surprise
But through the truth that you’re abusing you can only hear lies
We’ve got to hold on we’ve got to hold on Hold on

From all the tilted connotations and the facts that I wrote
And all the manic explanations you can only denote
we’ve got to go on go on go on

And with the vacant iterations and the pride that you stole
Comes the latent condemnation of your informative holes
And then it’s all gone and then it’s all gone, All gone

You only see what can support the reckless thoughts in your head
When you’ve already made your mind up, it’s your mind you’ve misled
And then it’s all gone and then it’s all gone, All gone

All gone.

The stolid choice of your demeanour is a mar to my skin
And all that I had once believed in starts to be worn so thin
And then it’s all gone and then it’s all gone, All gone

But it’s not my engineering when I talk about love
Yet you commune with your conclusions like a sign from above
As if that would be good enough…

And if you didn’t know it then, then you should know it by now
But when you haven’t learned yet somehow,
you have to throw it all down.

And then you condescend to screaming at the top of your lungs
And it drives you up the wall when I won’t take off the gloves
Because it’s all gone and then it’s all gone, All gone

The faults I see through your allusions are too great to be true
And I can see that your conclusions shape your whole point of view
And then it’s all wrong then it’s all wrong, all wrong.

And if you didn’t know it then, then you should know it by now
But when you haven’t learned yet somehow,
you have to roof it all down.

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released May 17, 2017
© ℗ Montgomery de Luna
Written by Montgomery de Luna
Vocals by Lauren Austin
Instruments and vocals by Montgomery de Luna
Mixed by Shayn Hotton
Mastered by Shawn Hatfield at AudibleOddities

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W I N C H E S T E R Toronto, Ontario

Part song, part experimental art piece, Toronto’s cinematic indie-pop/rock duo W I N C H E S T E R reveal their debut single Last Day of the Year taken from their forthcoming EP, “If Time is Not Linear Why Can’t I Forget the Past?”. The visual and audio piece is the product of the unbridled collision of their backgrounds in architecture, classical music, coding, visual art, DJing, and design. ... more

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