Sleep and Other Drugs

by Correatown

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A delicate woven memoir of melodies and still moments, Sleep and Other Drugs delves into the heart of a weary traveler eager to find a new compass and new horizons to chase. The first new material in several years from Correatown, these songs explore lessons hard learned while touring overseas and finding one's way home again. Reflections and insight into shifting desire and waylaid dreams, both fragile and searing, are laid bare with an emotive lyricism and honesty buoyed by Correa's supple voice. Sleep and Other Drugs marks a slight departure from her previous album Pleiades. Rather than building songs in dense layers of texture and haze, the arrangements and instrumentation are open and spare, examining the negative space in composition, like things left unsaid.

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released October 21, 2014

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correatown Los Angeles, California

Correatown was a name someone called her once. Imagine the lights that slowly haze by when you're driving home late at night bleary eyed, or the night sky heavy with clouds just after a thunderstorm. It's Angela Correa's band daydream fully realized in a dark club filled with the reverberating layers of washy guitars, beautiful harmonies, growling fuzzed out analog synths and that voice. ... more

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Track Name: All You Left Behind
All You Left Behind

I hope we'll change
Continue to mine
Uncover our bones
Wash off the haze of late nights and younger days
We were finding our way
To a golden age
Searching unhurried skies
Years pass by

Ooooooooooooooooooooh
Ooooooooooooooooooh

Day after day
Another comes falling down
Shaking the floor
Just yesterday
You were part of it all
You were all that we saw
Don't look away
The space that you left behind fills with light

Ooooooooooooooooooh
Ooooooooooooooooooh
All you gave away
All you
All you left behind
All you hope to find
All you gave away
All you
All you left behind
All you hope to find
All you gave away

written by Angela Correa and Jonathan Price