LP I

The 2017 debut. An alternative/indie rock concept-album. The listener goes out for drinks with the band and their friends, at a beloved local spot in the San Fernando Valley Bar One. As alcohol lubricates their conversations, they discuss heartbreak, college, capitalism, family, and attempt to define ambiguous-yet-common words like "love" and "happiness".

SIDE I

1. (Intro)

2. Just the Same

3. Thursday Night

4. Clown

5. Odd Couple

6. There Is That

7. Blindside

SIDE II

8. //

9. - -:- - (No Time)

10. Find Another Way

11. Touch

12. In the Morning

13. Bar Sighs

14. (Outro / Water)

YOUNGEST SON

STRANGERS

Following the unexpected death of Josh's uncle Pete, the band released an emotional, diary-esque record about grieving and remembering. It echoes the sounds of Sufjan Stevens and Beach House.

The record cover is a picture of Pete on his 9th birthday, in his family's backyard.

SIDE I

1. Youngest Son

2. Permanent Now

3. Holding To (Prelude)

4. Holding To

SIDE II

5. Close Your Eyes

6. Teeth

7. Embrace (Prelude)

8. Embrace

9. (Pete's Guitar)

After Josh's break-up with a long-term girlfriend, the band released a pair of grunge / post-punk / emo singles. These songs capture the post-break-up feelings of grief, lust, loneliness, jealousy and ennui.

1. Sunken City

2. Strangers

RHUMBA

 "I felt sort of worthless. Didn't have a good paying job, had trouble warding off bad habits like: craving my ex-GF, letting depression keep me from working on my creative outlets, not sleeping enough, smoking. 

The song is hopeful in that I affirm to myself I'm not my history, my worth is intrinsic like every other human being, I just have to believe it -- and every day I can choose to be a new person.

Hence the transformation motif / butterfly."

-Josh