Nicholas Ray / Spoons

by Bug Prentice

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Nicholas Ray 03:20
This is a man He is just mad This is a man He is just mad I'm a stranger here myself A stranger here myself A stranger here myself A stranger here myself This where he live If he lives at all Once you been there You been somewhere I'm a stranger here myself A stranger here myself A stranger here myself A stranger here myself
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Spoons 04:46
When the rest are just confused You'll be understanding When your spoons are running low I won't be demanding I've a feeling just like home When I'm over your place I don't need a camera To remember your face I wish that we could live in a library All the crap we own far as I can see I've a feeling just like home When I'm over your place I don't need a camera To remember your face Can I take a picture anyway please?

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Nicholas Ray / Spoons is the new double A-side single from Oxford art-rock/post-punk trio, Bug Prentice. Both tracks are taken from the forthcoming debut album, The Way It Crumbles.

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released March 16, 2015

Ally Craig - voice, guitar
Ruth Goller - bass
Stephen Gilchrist - drums

Jon Clayton - cello on 'Spoons'

Written by Ally Craig.
Recorded at One Cat Studio, Brixton. Engineered and mixed by Jon Clayton. Mastered by Mark Cawthra.

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Bug Prentice Oxford, UK

Bug Prentice is an avant-punk trio straddling Oxford and London like some crazy godzilla. Our influences range from Cardiacs and Shellac to Thelonious Monk, with lyrics inspired by watching too many old films.

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