CEMETERIES

KYLE//CEMETERIES//CAMP COUNSELORS//SNOWBEAST RECORDS//TRACK AND FIELD RECORDS.

I put up a new song last night, I just saw The Deadly Spawn for the first time (on 35mm) and it was brilliant, it has been raining and colder lately and it is lovely.

Iroquois, you humid haunt

We saw your eyes creep towards the dawn

I want to remember what we are

Iroquois, don’t be long

We need it to freeze before the fall

I can not remember anything

Because your creeks are haunting me

Iroquois, you humid haunt

We jumped in the waves and drifted off

Will you carry us in or make us drown?

Iroquois, will you stalk?

Breathing heavily into the dark

I want to remember what we are

Before we aren’t anything at all

Don’t be callous, water’s shallow

He will take us in the pale moon.

(Source: heybobbie)

The sadness comes from nowhere.

Does Portland have a horror film club not unlike a book club and would it make me a complete loser to join or start one?

I caught Breaking Away on the television at two AM about three years ago when I was living at home. I had never seen or heard of it but it was one of those perfect moments of the right film at the right insomnia-ridden time.

I just caught it again with a full theater in Portland and it was another perfect moment with the perfect person.

This post has no point.

Dear friends,

There will be a new Cemeteries song out and about next week that I wrote for a summer compilation that Kate and I are putting out.

The second Cemeteries record is pretty much done and I’ll share some release plans once I have any idea what they are (right now, I have no idea when or how it will be released).

I’m working pretty hard on a photography/lyric book to accompany the next record and if it turns out how I’m imagining it to turn out, it might be more exciting than the record itself.

Other than that I’m working a lot, re-watching a lot of terrible 90s/early 00s horror films from my childhood, trying to make new friends, reading The Shining and hoping that this summer is productive but relaxing and enjoyable.

I hope you’re doing well and please feel free to reach out if you aren’t (or even if you are).

Your friend,

Kyle

cemeteriesmusic:

I’ve already heard the two best songs of 2014 and they’re called “Windows” and “Shadow’s Song”.

Told you.

(via malkoha)

Anonymous said: Is your album done yet?

Yes.