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TIE DYE COWBOY

He was hollowed out and glassy eyed,
hadn’t slept in seven weeks
out where the flycatchers never sing a hip note
and your thoughts die gasping, trampled in the doorway of your skull
He began to see faces in the shadows,
and as he looked at his children
he saw shadows in their faces
so he unhinged his jaw and swallowed them all,
sewed his skin back on, and walked off into the Sonoran sunset

He’s a tie-dye cowboy, looking for some ganja
and mama he ain’t coming home to you
The stars will shine like diamonds and the snakes will all stop biting
when his technicolor odyssey is through

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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 at Taylor House, 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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