Eating Music

by Glutton

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Adam Andrade One of the coolest albums of 2019. It takes you on a strange musical journey. With some great diversity among these tracks you can expect a truly unique and atmospheric sonic experience. Favorite track: Pinhole.
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Far Away 09:47
Far Away Music: Glutton Lyrics: Eirik Ørevik Aadland Far away, me and you together Did you show them the beautiful pictures? What did they exclaim thereupon? How did they exult and rejoice? Did you take notes of their faces, and any occasional Outbursts of uncontrollable emotion? Blue skies, sore eyes We are twin souls It’s all a blur Did you tell your friends about me? Did you hesitate to pick up the phone when I called and you were with them? Did you tell them how we kiss and hold hands fervently, How we message each other at inappropriate times? I’m sure you told them nothing Blue skies, sore eyes We are twin souls It’s all a blur In my soul, my fish bowl Sharks and manta rays patrol my holy ghost Someone do the first stab Someone draw the first flag Vapors from your lips clog my vision I’m wide awake inside a fog Far away, a crystal marble and a vacuum cleaner lost together On an empty beach, a pair of names are washed away forever Blue skies, sore eyes We are twin souls It’s all a blur
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The Tomb of the Unknown Ontonaut Music: Glutton Lyrics: Lars Schwed Nygård My throne's borne on Pentagram's wing My magic on words that I sing My name is a bell to unring And were I a man, I'd be king Beliefs I’ve held, I have seen Then discarded, unlike you, Justine But peril to you I've foreseen And were I king, you'd be queen The city's oppression's now real Beneath clouds of alien steel But this human's not here to kneel Grey flesh yields under my heel A story I’m told, one of doom Of you, what they placed in your womb I leave it for dogs to consume Justine, there's no name on your tomb Unknown but to the Mothership to the Now Unknown but to the vast machine to the Sun Unknown but to the Silvermind to the Tree Running to the front door and drawing upon it a rune A sigil of saucers, spacefarers' secrets, my tune Step 'cross the threshold, then lo and then behold, it's true Unknown but to the Mothership to the Now Unknown but to the vast machine to the Sun Unknown but to the Silvermind to the Tree
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Pinhole 07:14
Pinhole Music: Glutton Lyrics: Eirik Ørevik Aadland Staring through a pinhole This is where the light comes in Waiting for a breakthrough I would do it all again if I could and Dressing up in tin foil My reflections can’t escape Digging out a black hole I feel so heavy, I’m bound to fall Picking up a white dwarf Who went to ground, but had it all Maybe I could just break it all Buy staplers and print doomsday posters Maybe exposure to solar radiation Caused my eyes to blink and swell and ooze Kicking out a poor guest I cut the strings, I’m hovering Singing songs of the righteous Who had their children incarcerated Maybe we could just fake it all Plaster cast grins and fulfilled expectations Maybe the lashes caressing my back Whirled up a silver stream that rolls and ebbs and flows Hollow dreams when knocked on make the strangest sounds, a range of sounds What to say and how to say it when you know your words are So I watch you from afar But I don’t mind a second time Maybe it would be the same Leapfrogs rushing from the woods, all we do is Kiss our fates goodbye Drawing maps in our minds Wearing bright new colours, I tried to warn you about the rain Got a crack in my skin, I tried to tell you to seep in Maybe I could just push you up and let you roll down, like great expectations Maybe the lightning I see in my sleep is just another cloud Trying hard to block my view Hollow dreams when knocked on make the strangest sounds, a range of sounds What to say and how to say it when you know your words are You are all I think about Blisters on my eyelids If you were to come around I’d be lost and I’d be found, all I’d do is Concentrate the light here Let my thoughts be magnified Make this day worth waiting for Take me to a place I know I will Recognize, it’s like before Pick me up, I’m getting stomped to the ground All these years gone by And you’ve never made a change
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Future Blue 05:48
Future Blue Music: Glutton Lyrics: Eirik Ørevik Aadland Follow the glow Catch me, I’m Mellow and cold Drifting on Tombstones afloat Scamander Keels in the cool Morning air What time of year Catch me up What time of day Drying up It’s just a game Scamander Deafened by Warning calls Don’t look back, it’s all too late To hide your tracks, to change your fate You are running out of control See the sunrise through the smoke What a deed you’ve done, throwing off that yoke You broke the seal on your scroll Dye your hair and change your name Grow a grizzly beard, never be the same You can start all over again Buy new books, leave it all behind New friends, new looks and a brand new mind We’d all come search for you then It’s mist, not dew It’s nails, not glue It’s fog, not clouds It’s rags, not shrouds Oh, it’s dust, not soil Oh, it’s grease, not oil Oh, it’s sand, not seeds Oh, it’s all you need Oh, you’re lost, not gone You’re manning a crusade You’re fighting on Oh, tear down the barricades Oh, you’re blood, not wine They’re painting on your door You missed the sign Oh, you’re losing every war
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Holes in Time Music: Glutton Lyrics: Eirik Ørevik Aadland I don’t know who kicked you in or out What were you doing? Or where you strayed from the common route Where were you going? All of a sudden, you’re in too deep How, how deep? Every way out takes a giant leap Takes a giant leap Sinking out of it, thinking out of this cling film Blinking, you did it, sunken, you hid it You swallowed more than your share Took on more than you could bear Taste the bitter of these tears It’s a shame not to be broken Slowly Each day another surge And no one knew how strong The currents were where you stood Where you just stood Letters like this don’t expect replies No more lies and no more alibis They go to the oceans and the skies Joining some seagull’s relentless cries Cloudy eyes Clenching the river with both your fists Whom were you fighting? I thought I saw your face through the mists Wrestling some monstrous Billow of shame or a wave of guilt What have you spilt? What dragged you in, never spat you out Slowly Each day another surge And no one knew how strong The currents were where you stood Where you just stood
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Norwegian alt-rockers Glutton releases Eating Music – their most megalomaniacal album yet

The jazzy psychedelic space rock band Glutton releases their third album Eating Music on Apollon Records. The power trio has taken the band in a new direction, creating an album with great variety and contrast.

Eating Music is an atmospheric, exploratory and hard-hitting piece of music, built from improvisation and merging sounds from the progressive rock of the 70s right through to contemporary jazz.

Employing a full horn section, strings from Kari Rønnekleiv (Motorsycho, Ulver, Sunn O)))) and Ole-Henrik Moe (Honest John, Sheriffs Of Nothingness, The Island Band, The Olsens), Thomas Meidell (The Samuel Jackson Five, Mt. Melodie, Metronomicon Audio) and Trond Gjellum (Panzerpappa, Suburban Savages) on samples, synthesizers and percussion, Eating Music has become the sound of several experienced musical forces combining to create an ambitious clash of control and spontaneity.

Mixed by Jonas Kroon (The Samuel Jackson Five, Billie Van, Morten Abel) and mastered by Espen Høydalsvik (Amgala Temple, Jaga Jazzist), Eating Music has been properly prepared and is ready to be consumed by gluttonous music lovers right here.

credits

released May 24, 2019

Music written, arranged and performed by Jonas Eide Hollund, Eirik Ørevik Aadland and Ola Mile Bruland.
Lyrics by Eirik Ørevik Aadland.
Lyrics for “The Tomb of the Unknown Ontonaut” by Lars Schwed Nygård
Engineered and mixed by Jonas Kroon at Saga Studio.
“Scamander” mixed by Jonas Kroon and Eirik Ørevik Aadland
Mastered by Espen Høydalsvik at Tinnitus Mastering.
Cover design by Ryan Rodrick Beiler and Jonas Eide Hollund.

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Glutton is a prog-rock/post-rock trio from Oslo, Norway. Our artistic ambition is to combine the sonic and compositional explorations that characterize both 70s prog as well as modern alt-rockers such as Ulver, Radiohead, Motorpsycho, Jaga Jazzist and The Mars Volta, incorporating inspiration from a wide range of styles and expressions that also include jazz and classical minimalism. ... more

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