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There are some days you go to class. There are some days you don’t go to class. There are some days you go to class. There are some days you don’t do that. I want to call you on the telephone. I want to see you, make you cry. I want to tell you that I’m not alone. There’s too much in front of my to close my eyes. I want to know about it, in college. In college: there are some days just like a fast. There are some days just not like a fast. There are some days just like fast. There are some days not like a fast. I want to tell you like a dictaphone. I want to spell you every little line. I’ve got to tell you that I’m error-prone – there’s too many uses for our precious time. I want to know about them, in college. Put on a show about them, in college. There is a face you wear to class. There is a face you don’t wear to class. There is a face you wear to class. There is a face you don’t wear to class. This is a phase you think will pass. This is a phase you pray will pass.

In the meantime, come on and live a lie.

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from Take Me to Your Leader If You Know What I Mean, released October 17, 2015

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Supreme Fiction Durham, North Carolina

Supreme Fiction makes music about communists, existential crises, zombies, and lovesickness (and, of course, zombie lovesickness). The Carrboro and Durham-based five-piece creates melodic, energetic pop awash in sugary hooks and group harmonies, shot through with nervous surrealism, and tempered with submerged melancholy. ... more

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