The Death of Kilometers Davis

by Kilometers Davis

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Jordan Weinstock love these kids forever and always, will miss this band greatly, my true inspirations Favorite track: Pollock.
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Chance! 02:58
Is it just me? Or is this called moving on? As general as that may seem you'll find that I'm not wrong Maybe it is just me It'd be unfair to ask Such imposing dreams Which we couldn't quick task People think about the past That's just "reminiscing" But I guess I must ask What are you thinking?
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banter 1 00:21
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I decided my sophomore year that I was gonna change who I was I decided my sophomore year that I wasn’t looking for love I decided my sophomore year that everybody’s looking at me I decided my sophomore year that “cool” was what I had to be So take my hand And pretend you can Feel the love (lust) Between us I decided my sophomore year that I was lying to myself I decided my sophomore year that he was lying straight to my goddamn face and I decided my sophomore year as blood spilled onto the bathroom floor I couldn’t keep living like this, yet I destroyed someone I used to adore
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I think my mind is floating On a balance beam up in the Sky I extrapolate that Mindsets and perspectives are so vast If I am going to be sane, I have to know my own brain And it tells me that solace is found within the chaos Woah x 4 I wish I could see the light off Of your silver crescent but Instead I hide in my own Mind it’s so hard to figure out If I am going to be sane, I have to know my own brain And it tells me that solace is found within the chaos And I had to stop running from all the warped lines that represent my own thoughts so I’d have another chance to fight but I can tell you Oh my thoughts, and my dreams, they are fear, and they are life, they keep me up wide awake when I’m asleep at night and I don’t think I’ll have the energy to fight... Woah x 3
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banter 2 00:26
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Pollock 03:23
Artfully regretting the decisions made last night Thankfully forgetting the bruises and crooked lines Blissfully I packed my things Open to a day that sings Maybe I can use these wings To reach clouds that are shapeshifting Artfully regretting the decisions made last night Thankfully forgetting the bruises and crooked lines Feelings spill a painted flow Luscious mix of orange and golds Canvas glazed with teal-white snow That reads, “Oh how Nostalgia glows” Artfully regretting the decisions made last night Thankfully forgetting the bruises and crooked lines Artfully remembering the times we spent tonight Thankfully we’re making friends that’ll stick for life
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banter 3 00:42
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I dedicated some time to throwing up on your stuff If this spinning is love then I think I’ve had enough I pick up all the lies and I step into the trash I hope it takes a lifetime to un-red this rash Razor burns, remind me of you So I won’t show my face in this town Fingertips were stung too much I dried you and I burned all of your stuff Woah My jokes are getting worse My voice is getting hoarse I see what you mean There's No Smoking Please I dedicated some time to throwing up on your stuff If this spinning is love then I think I’ve had enough I pick up all the lies and I step into the trash I hope it takes a lifetime to un-red this rash Woah My jokes are getting worse My voice is getting hoarse I see what you mean There's No Smoking Please Like a clock it's hard to stop It tastes so clean Like a clock it's hard to stop I see what you mean There's not smoking please I dedicated some time to throwing up on your stuff If this spinning is love then I think I’ve had enough I pick up all the lies and I step into the trash I hope it takes a lifetime to un-red this rash
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My body's starting to decay, My mouth is dry, I'm trying to fight the urge to fall sleep, I don't wanna die, Soil begins to pull me down, Submerged from head to toe, I can feel my b-b-body's spread, I'm trying to lift my head, But I'm taking root and starting to grow, I'm a beautiful sycamore, Oh, I don't have to care about anything anymore, You'll try to find me and I understand, You know this city like the back of your hand, But deep roots are holding me down, We said one day we'd run away, But it's been twenty seven years and I don't recall your name, Oh God I can't remember your name.

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Kilometers Davis formed in the fall of 2015, over the course of three name changes, two new guitarists, and one new bassist, they found their way into becoming one of the greatest WashU punk band of their era. They weren't the only one, but no one knew how to get the kids moving like they did. This is only a very small portion of the many songs they wrote and played over the years. Here's to the reunion.

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released July 23, 2018

Connor - vox / trumpet
Jake - bass / guitar
Roo - guitar / bass / mastering
Sang-jin - drums
Zack - guitar
Jordan - recording

all songs written by Kilometers Davis except the last one
Aidan Huxley, former bassist, wrote the chords, chorus, and bridge for "No Smoking Please"

recorded before their "final" show at beef's on May 4th, 2018

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