'We Tried​.​.​.​'

by Better Weather

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This isn't strictly an EP release, more of a collection of tracks that we've recorded since the self-titled came out. We won't be so active for a little while due to everyone going to university so we thought we'd put out something before we go.

We'll be back though, don't you worry!

Pick up a limited edition cassette from Nothing To Lose Records! We can't have links here but it's nothingtoloserecords on bigcartel

'Pallet Town' and 'Robert Wolfe Is Cursed' recorded in July and August 2013

'The Real Mighty Thirsty' and 'Similar Haircuts' recorded in May 2013


released August 30, 2013

All songs written by Better Weather

Lyrics by Jon Shoobridge and Joe Stewart

Recorded and mixed by Ben Kosma

....and Nick plays bass



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Better Weather

UK emo band. Big fans of alligators and dinosaurs.

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Track Name: Pallet Town
i feel dependent on this
but life always moves on
all things work out in the end
in four weeks, i'll be gone

waiting and waiting, for what i need to come


with each day, i remember that night we had
Track Name: Robert Wolfe Is Cursed
thinking through the times
all those states of mind
worn out t-shirts
and hopeless flirts

looking for something clearer
september's growing ever nearer
Track Name: The Real Mighty Thirsty
knocking on the window
wait for things to show
can't think where to go now
looking for BETTER WEATHER (hur)

four walls keep me safe
a familiar place
my ideas might go wrong
so i'll write them in some songs
Track Name: Similar Haircuts
so many places i've never been
i know i'll regret the things i never see
cool summer sweat and a breath
fresh air and regrets that i left behind

to thaw with winter

the half light rests upon the rooftops
the world was resting, time stops
comprehending my own life
i've never quite felt alright