Ep 152: "Continue Normal Living"

No pithy summary of Absent City's celestial Continue Normal Living (bandcamp) need be made when we have the thoughtful interview that songwriter Henry Freedland had with David Klion of Jewish Currents.

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  1. Snow Queen by Blades of Joy on MMXXXMAS (self released) Local
  2. Send Her My Love by Journey on Frontiers (Columbia) Local
  3. We're Dumb by Salami Rose Joe Louis on Chapters of Zdenka (Brainfeeder) Local
  4. Lost in Space by R.E. Seraphin on A Room Forever (Paisley Shirt) Local
  5. Empire Line by Absent City on Continue Normal Living (Homing Instinct) Local
  6. California Afternoons by Absent City on Continue Normal Living (Homing Instinct) Local
  7. Cross Bay by Meg Baird (self released) Local
  8. Fantasy Life by Moonrun on Fantasy Life (self released) Local
  9. Righteous (remix) by Spote Breeze ft. Pas Doo (self released) Local
  10. Subverter of Geography by Forest Bees on Forest Bees (self released) Local
  11. Déjà Vu by Galore on Galore (Rocks in Your Head) Local
  12. Leviathan by The Telephone Numbers (self released) Local
  13. 4AM by The Seshen on CYAN (Tru Thoughts) Local
  14. Wet Leather by Juicebumps on Hello Pinky! (Lil Slugger) Local
  15. The Pledge by Grace Sings Sludge on Christ Mocked & the End of a Relationship (Empty Cellar) Local
  16. Tour of the West by 2 Lazy Boys on The Recline fo Civilization (Deimos) Local
  17. Nightmare by Same Girls on Embarrassment of Riches (Text Me) Local
  18. FCKSH!T by Studio_Dad feat. Richie Cunning & phem on Text Me Records: Group Chat - A Back to School Mixtape (Text Me) Local
  19. Ooombaaa by Cobrina on Hits of the Bay Bay 2020 (Tubbit)

    Local An incredible run of hits all year long interspersed with dozens of books read, a hundred contextless novel-related musings listened to, some truly weird vibes left behind, so many runs around the block, marches marched for black lives, walks, talks, deeply romantic kisses and a listen or two to here comes the sun on a tiny music box. Life sure is wonderful with you. Merry Christmas, let's hang out.