My Planes Filled the Sky

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Cast as your stage or audience: there's no contrast in conscience. To rip your heart out and put it on display, while we stand waiting to frustrate. Or to sit in silence, just be part of the blanket, feeling nothing that means something. Everything is the same, even when it seems to separate.

Erase myself to draw on you. I light fires to distort your view.
In the future my life will be one sidewalk and the cracks in the concrete, the fights in transit, the tree on the left, the place where we met.

I need the butterfly breeze to ensure the mountains move when I can't see. My eyes can't trust enough to move onward out and up. So please, please, please let's all stay in the sheet. Let's all stay clustered where we can see. Next time, we won't miss these connections, we will jump without looking.

Erase myself to draw on you. I light fires to distort your view.
In the future my life will be one sidewalk and the cracks in the concrete, the fights in transit, the tree on the left, the place where we met.

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from Here's What You Remember From A Coma, released March 9, 2010

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It's Just Vanity Chicago, Illinois

We used to be a band. This used to be our bio:

Hailing from Chicago, It’s Just Vanity bring a new meaning to post-rock. Formed by Louis Erazo and Kelson Fagan in New Jersey, It’s Just Vanity remain true to the basement scene rock ethic they grew up with. Their sound has been described as early 90’s indie emo mixed with half instrumental post-rock. ... more

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