A Letter to a Dead Friend

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7th track off debut LP 'Eulogy' by Vaultry.

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Dearest friend, where do I begin? I’ve been writing this for months and months and it never seems to end
There’s always one more phrase, to take it’s place.

Where do I begin?

Where do I begin? I’m running from myself at the edge
Lighting fires in my lungs, to clear the smoke from my head
I always hate moments like this

Dearest friend, ever since you left, I’ve been trying to convince myself I shouldn’t wish I'd written this any sooner

cuz I’m still questioning if I dug up everything?

Where do I begin? I’m running from myself at the edge
Lighting fires in my lungs, to clear the smoke from my head
I always hate moments like this

Where do I begin?

No one ever wants to write this letter. God I hope I never have to write it again.
I’m caught in a whirlwind of thoughts and you are at the centre.

Where do I begin? I’m running from myself at the edge
Lighting fires in my lungs, to clear the smoke from my head
Would it have made it any easier?

and I hate that people have to ask if it was suicide, because they say people aren’t supposed to die at 25.
They said you could live forever if you really tried, But, you get what anybody gets, you get a lifetime

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from Eulogy, released January 12, 2017
Produced by: Leith Hynds, Adam Sutherland, and Ben Erikson.
Engineer: Ben Erikson
Mixing Engineer: Adam Sutherland
Mastering: Kris Crummett
Recorded at: Infiniti Studios (Victoria, BC)
Mastered at: Interlace Audio (Portland, OR)
Additional Vocals by: Ben Erikson

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Vaultry Victoria, British Columbia

A brooding, emotional, and melodic alt rock band from Victoria, BC. The group prides itself on its atmospheric textures, passionate vocals, and relentless rhythm and drum sections.

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