The Moon Pulled Us Here EP

by Justin Grounds

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Preorder your copy of the 10" Vinyl release in gorgeous hand silkscreened heavyweight brown card sleeve, numbered and signed. Only 300 copies of this release and print available.

    Silkscreening by Justin Grounds and Allison Roberts at The Exploding Tree, West Cork, Ireland.

    Pre-orders will be mailed on March 21st 2011.

    Also includes immediate download of 5-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.
    edition of 300 

      £10 GBP

     

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    Immediate download of 5-track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.

    Feel free to name your own price, and remember, all the money you pay goes straight to the artist involved so you're also helping keep real music alive as well as getting a sweet new album! Thank you.

      £3 GBP  or more

     

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released March 19, 2011

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Justin Grounds Ireland

Violinist/songwriter and composer
Born in England Living in Cork, Ireland
Sings and plays violins through homemade electronic effects.

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Track Name: Teilhard
Can't you see that the tide is rising?
Can't you feel the cells dividing?
And everything is moving
The landscape always changing.

You took me to the causeway of giants
Where the rocks rise up like organ pipes
Sounding glory to the sea
Resonating through you and me
You turned your face away into the silence
Where the womb of love was holding us
Enfolding us into a three
Where the earth became a sanctuary

Time will tell
All the places where your beauty fell
And in your eyes
There's the sadness of the evening skies
And in your arms
You're holding all of us in sacred psalms
Time will heal
Time will give us what we couldn't steal
You said you'd die on the day of resurrection
With all your hope unfolding
And all your dreams are spilling
To all that you've been holding
And can't you see that the tide is rising?
Can't you feel all the cells diving?
And everything is moving
The landscape always changing.

There's an old man with a cigarette
He see's the fire in the fig tree
Where the giants left their fingerprints
Where the earth became a sanctuary.