Ixsixán

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released October 17, 2010

songs written by Gabrielle Smith in Philadelphia, PA
percussion on Vos Es Verum and Trinkets by Benjamin Schurr (brerbrerbrer.bandcamp.com)
percussion on Untitled by Daniel J Timlin (motorcyclemaus.bandcamp.com)

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Ó New York, New York

Eskimeaux is the songwriting and production project of Gabrielle Smith. The live Eskimeaux band is Gabrielle Smith, Oliver Kalb, Felix Walworth, and Jack Greenleaf.

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montanalevy@gmail.com

For booking inquiries, contact ghorbal@apa-agency.com

For press inquiries, contact eloyl@grandstandhq.com

photo by Andrew Piccone (thishasgottostop.net)
banner photo by Sarah Cass (sarahcass.com)
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Track Name: Vos Es Verum
i thought i was open to anything
but i was not looking for anything
and i know you are the truth
it weaves through your hairs
they are dark
they are light
they weave left
they weave right
and they are mostly golden
i would stretch two cans
i would stretch the longest string
from filth to virginia
just to hear everything you could ever say
because everything you could ever say
is mostly golden
Track Name: Untitled, pt. One
eskimeaux, your eyes are bigger than your heart
the knife scrapes where you thought
there was more to spread
you're ignoring your heart of hearts
you won't learn to walk
but you'll dive into the deepest river
scared and never alone
you're there bare and trembling
swear under your breath
you're a prisoner of your bedroom
every shoulder's already wet
and no one wants to hear the same story again
fortify your heavy chest
run away out west where no one will know you
scared and never alone
you're there bare and trembling
swear under your breath
you're a prisoner of your bedroom
silently creeping out the door
trying to find warmth in another bed
you should be cold and alone
you have brought this one too close to home