released August 18, 2015
All songs and lyrics written by Keegan Farara / Actors Acting Publishing (ASCAP)
Keegan Farara - Guitars/Vocals/Hand Claps
Mario Fontes - Bass
Aaron Velayo - Drums
Drums, bass, and the guitar on "I Just Wanna See His Face" were recorded in March 2015 at The Record Co., Boston, MA by David Fuller.
Vocals, hand claps, and all the other guitars recorded at Andy Shaprio Memorial Studio, Johnson, VT in June/July 2015 by Keegan Farara
Mixed and mastered by Mark Bryant at Seasound Studios, Plymouth, MA.
Cover art by Joe Rocissono. He also contributed hand claps on "Whatever You Like"
Produced by Keegan Farara
A lot of growth happened since this project started for little ole me. I'd like to thank the folks who helped that happen.
Thanks to: Mario Fontes for a whole lot, but largely for putting up with the torrents of anxious dreck that fly off my tongue. Mum and Pop for the constant support, and the opportunity to give this a spin. Joe Rocissono for the relentless humor, talent, and depth. Kyle Dubios for pulling me out and melting faces every night in venues across the rolling hills of Lamoille County. Aaron Velayo for his consistency and patience. Justin Ferrill for his undying wit and curiosity. David Fuller for being so amicable, open, and professional. Mark Bryant for joining me in a wrestling match with the internet, and for being a total pro. Brendon Hogan, my fellow scout, for the constant votes of confidence. Berklee College of Music for all that you are and all that you're not. Motion City Soundtrack for capturing my imagination when I was thirteen with "The Future Freaks Me Out". Kevin Devine for showing me how to do this whole songwriting thing. Annie Clark for making me think. Jeff Tweedy for insisting that I feel. Christopher Hitchens for not putting up with the bullshit. And finally, Vermont, you quirky bastard. There are people I am forgetting, of course, but consider yourselves thoroughly thanked.
I did a lot of gum flapping about this EP. I'm glad it's finally out. I can't wait for the next one. Less talk, more song.
- Keegan Farara
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