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A good thing for a new year...a new presidency....toxic relationships....Moving on to a brighter future, no matter how hard the desperate past tries to hold on.
This is not our typical song. It has been in the works since 2013, and has undergone several major facelifts, including at one time being a rap tune. It has been shelved repeatedly and almost never saw the light of day. However, with the assistance of our amazing guest vocalist, Sarah Perrotta, the song was given a new life force, and eventually it took on its present form becoming what you might call our version of The Human League's "Don't You Want Me".
This is our first single of 2021, and it has been four very long years in the making. The inspiration behind it seems to strengthen on a daily basis, coming to a head in the last week. Have you ever wished that someone would just take their last breath already, and how it might be if you had the power to make it happen? You know it isn’t morally sound, but you’re convinced that it would be the right thing for your entire planet? Here’s to a much brighter and hopeful year!
Let's Pretend We're Dead
This was supposed to be our big Halloween hit, but a snafu with our web developers caused a delay in the song’s release. Our lawyers are certainly planning to rectify the situation. So, instead, you can think of it as a fun distraction from viruses and elections, maybe even from life itself.
Wake Up Dan
A prayer can be a song and a song a prayer. Pat wrote this for his best friend while he was in a coma after a horrific car crash this summer. Please join us as we hope, wish, sing and pray for his full recovery.
Man VS MIDI
A modern day tale of (hu)Man VS. Machine and the depression that follows when you realize you're loosing.
Ever wanted to be able to look through the clothing of that cutie next door? Or see what’s inside that safe without having to turn those pesky knobs? Have we got the product for you!! X-Ray Glasses!!!! If you call before midnight tonight we’ll throw in a bullet proof vest, free of charge! Now how much would you pay!?
What does quarantine mean to you? How have you held up so far? Are you screaming at your governor to set you free? Or are you playing it safe, staying within your allotted amount of space, waiting for the coast to be clear? We are all grappling with the consequences of this sudden lifestyle change. Will we be alright? Looking back at how we acted before March, it makes you feel like it was some distant dream. Here is a look at how we’ve been feeling in the last few weeks.
Quarantined doesn’t have to mean that I’m all alone
Still have my TV, all my social needs are Here on my phone
To me Life isn’t all that different
Except the quiet peace of these empty streets, As Anxiety fills my bones
No Cause for Concern, When will normal return, Forever Stuck in this home
Suddenly life is so different
Will we be alright, or is this permanent?
Being trapped together, brings us closer than ever, All in this same boat,
So much family time, too much family time. We’re at each other’s throats
To me Life isn’t all that different
Quarantined doesn’t have to mean, we’re in trouble
To keep the family strong, Pretend there’s nothing wrong, Just stay in our bubble
Cuz Maybe life is so different
I think we’ll be alright, only hope it isn’t permanent
Certainly life really is so different
Was it just a dream we were living in?
Wash Your Hands
In the spirit of education, public safety and recycling, we created this little ditty. No, we're not the first to whip up a tune you can whistle while washing away. But this may have the edge you're looking for. If this tune sounds familiar to you, you’re right! We've updated another one of our instructional songs to reflect modern times.
You Don't Get It
We hope you are all safe and sound during this strange and scary time. With schools shut down and families stuck at home, many parents and children are feeling the perpetual struggle of screen addition and generational warfare. You Don't Get It is a mix of straight-ahead rock and roll with a haunting, ethereal and psychedelic sound, and features Chris' son, Damian Bradley, on euphonium and lyrics co-written by Alison Abbruzzi.
Who likes talking about the weather? And why would you ever write a song about it? Well, some days are just that inspiring. Some have said that this is our version of "Here Comes the Sun" (The Beatles).
So, slip into your pajamas, grab a warm cup of tea and take one minute and fourty-four seconds to embrace the gloomy days with this cheery little number.
Hands of a working man
A new pop song tackling that age-old schism between the generations with the perceived laziness and spoiled nature of the “entitled” youth of any given day.
Flush The Toilet
The Bradley's blend light jazz with a pinch of death metal, in an attempt to teach children an important life lesson.
Fresh Coffee -our first ever single.
This song explores the deep love/hate relationship the authors have with their morning brew.
Guest Musicians- Byron "Brown" Bradley -Sax, Damien Bradley -Euphonium