Make Phantoms (2010)

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The self-titled debut album from Make Phantoms. The album features 12 song which take you on a musical and emotional journey through doubts, fears, love, loss, loneliness, joy, childhood memories, questions we all ask ourselves at some point and the answers we hope to find to those questions. It's all here and more.

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released May 25, 2010

Barth T. Wooster - Lead Vocals, Piano, Organ, Keyboards, Lyrics
Mortimer Skarsgaard - Guitars, Bass, Keyboards, Orchestral Arrangements, Vocals
Alisander Borealis - Drums and Percussion

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Make Phantoms Richmond

Through the sounds of the spectrum of calming to harrowing harmonies, the idling of organs and buzz of synthesized sounds; across the vast landscape of echoing guitars and pianos; and under the spell of soul-shaking, percussive rhythms...they will make phantoms. ... more

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Track Name: Backyards
I heard your laughter
out in the hallway
at the Yorke's Christmas party
(there's one every year).

You were with another -
a little bit older;
She fancied my brother,
and I fancied you.

That night, we knew something more.

Half an hour later,
as a mouse and a panther,
we slipped out through the backdoor;
we stole into the night.

Who knew backyards in winter,
with random brick centers,
were inducive to shivers?
I lent you my arms.

That night, we knew something more.
What fright, such that our hearts roared.

But then we weren't alone,
as our parents had come
to take us back home.
So, you gave me a rock,
and I gave you my word:
I'd see you again-
maybe soon;
I'd see you again.

Some months and some years go
with the wind through my window
upon my return to
a soporific state.

A call came from Alex,
so I drove out to see him
at his Halloween party-
tagline was: "Free Beer".

Unexpected as manners,
I saw a face so familiar
that I bypassed the small talk
as it slipped out of view.

I could've sworn you had seen me.
I called your name, in the hallway.
Looked around at me sideways,
but it wasn't you.

That night, we knew something more.
What light that our faces bore.
What fright, such that our hearts roared.

That night, we knew something more.
What light that our faces bore.
That night, we knew something more.
No sight that this could be forlorn.

So you gave me a rock
and I gave you my word:
I'd see you again-
maybe soon.
I'll see you again,
in my room.
I'll see you again.