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You took me where the grass was greener
so I could get some sleep
now I don’t think I’m feeling better
and I just want to leave

My memories are all tied to ruin
my smile weighed down by doubt
I’m walking through a darker world
now that I know there’s no way out

My brains is broke, my heart is hardened
I’m told it’s not my fault
and maybe I’m just sleeping somewhere
like a sparrow when the rain falls

There’s peace in the valley, there’s gold in the hills
there’s a heart in my chest, you can hear it if you just lie still


from Blister Steel, released June 2, 2017
Joshua Charles McCaslin - Vocals, guitars, percussion, glockenspiel, engineering, mixing.
Don Ankrom - Bass on tracks 3 & 5.
Ben Dahmes - Drums.
Victor Franco - Guitars, backing vocals, percussion.
Faith Grossnicklaus - Violin.
Daniel Gruska - Trumpet, saxophone.
Andy Manla - Accordion, wurlitzer, piano, organ, percussion, backing vocals.
Matt Miller - Trumpet, trombone.
Valerie Osterberg - Flute, percussion, backing vocals.
Justin Rutz - Bass.
Barry Walker, Jr. - Pedal steel, mandolin, dobro, percussion, backing vocals.

All songs written by Joshua Charles McCaslin except “Tie Dye Cowboy” by Barry Walker, Jr. and Joshua Charles McCaslin and “Like So Much Garbage” by Victor Franco and Joshua Charles McCaslin
Artwork by Violet Aveline

Recorded by Matt Drenik at Get Loud, Portland, OR.
Mastered by Gus Elg at Sky Onion Studios.


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Roselit Bone Portland, Oregon

“’Blister Steel’ is a runaway success … an unnerving set of booze-soaked, blood-curdling hellfire hymns that sound like very few other bands anywhere”
—The Portland Mercury

“Like Marty Robbins meets The Cramps, or a Goblin sountrack to a spaghetti western, ranchero fantasy meets greased up country in a magical reality.”
—American Standard Time
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