DK131: Shirokuma - Clothes I Wear For The Space I'm In LP

by Shirokuma

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Black Lungs 04:30
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Flies 02:38
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Cycles 03:36
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Present Day 03:32
What can't be seen, late at nights Claws your fingers down my spine Restnessless and cigarettes Neon lights and warning signs Lonely kids in a fucked up world I give you my heart, love and soul We are the smoke, a nail in the eye To the pretty window of society's side Keep them away, they don't understand What is truly ours and in our hands I don't believe in borders or in building walls We deserve to be as free as we think we are I keep my hands clean Your mouth won't stain me I'll watch you from afar All hope is gone for people like us Down in the dirt In filth we crawl Blindfolded in the driver's seat It always feel like somebody's watching me
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Smiles 02:50
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In Abeyance 04:16
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Space 04:32

about

'Clothes I Wear For The Space I'm In' is the long-long-long-overdue second LP from Sweden's Shirokuma. Since discovering them back in 2014 and immediately agreeing to releasing their stunning debut 'Sun Won't Set', they've been steadily (seemingly) winning everyone over with their unique and refreshing form of emotional, powerful, and yet catchy brand of screamo, with impressive releases such as the 'Light Dies / Colours Fade' EP (2015) and wowing new listeners with their side of the Suis La Lune full-length split (2016).

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released June 28, 2019

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