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the legacy of our lost cause

by the northern information movement

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leaving home 03:12
full steam 04:53


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chapter vii

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we built the forest acropolis in a single day. that night we reveled at our achievement. we drank wine and played flutes and made merry. drunk and giddy with the possibility of the future, we fell asleep long after the sun rose. when we finally awoke, kudzu had inexplicably grown over everything. the columns began to crumble. confused, we cut it down and repaired what we could. the next day, the vines were back. again we cut them down, but again they grew back. our leaders proclaimed the land cursed. no one could remember why we built here in the first place anyway. so we left to build a new acropolis by the sea. some of our children remained. they climbed the vines and went on adventures in the woods, heirs of a ghost kingdom.

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1. arcadian nights
2. leaving home
3. the emptiness will always follow you
4. shanzhai (gueriila fortress)
5. full steam
6. holy mountain hymn
7. reaver, yggdrasil, the thing at the end of the woods
8. bridges of terabithia
9. unscarred land

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released January 1, 2017

written & recorded by tyler etters from an indeterminate point in the past through december 2016 at endless field studios. featuring adam j. moore on full steam, holy mountain hymn, and reaver, yggdsrasil, the thing at the end of the woods. featuring arthur zdrinc on holy mountain hymn. featuring cory salveson on videos, images, and storyline.




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