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In Rounds

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03:07
Hold the wheel Feel my head Probably should have stayed in bed Souvenir Come right here I’ll be yours a little bit Did you want to get me gone Did you want to get me Well that train is going by Smoldering is your rest You make it look good Souvenir Come right here Let me feel you miss your dead Did you want to get led on Did you want to get me Well that train is going by Well that train is going Did you want to get me gone Did you want to get me Well that train is going by Well that train is going Did you want to get me gone Did you want to get me Well that train is going by Well that train is going
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03:52
Hashing it out for my Mother On my last try this year I didn’t mean to get you hurt You seem rough Like you can’t get tired I don’t even notice if it don’t go my way Digging a hole in our cave Don’t want to push you to bad blood But I get lost when we don’t make love You were the ripping tide I’ll want you burning out Run Wild And get lost again
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02:53
Assume that I only come on Able body in the dark Leave my mind sorting with you Through the tapes you’ll keep for now Running like batshit if you fall You’re on your own Assume the right to be run off Frozen water in the mount Pool in time for you to slip in And rest your body for a while Running like batshit if you fall You’re on your own
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02:13
How can you help like that and wander where you will I’ve been on a driving kick - it’s making me be still I’m going home - away - glide You told me not too tight We holy rollers in the middle of the shit Pointing out tired lights where self-awareness sits It wears a raw bone ring Can’t get it to stay with me Now that we’re older maybe the truth will feel like silk And you will love me still
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02:06
All the while I hear you wrestle down The pain that you make up I know because I’m always doing that Putting myself through some useless stuff I love the way that you sing aloud But you never do it much I’m always howling in the face of crowds Trying to get it out and have some fun For a while Not long I’m gone and bound to get gone again And run In Rounds Just to make a hunger fester within
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03:51
I’ll be your colder day If anybody is going to hurt that way Take time and tend a while Easy enough for me to chart some more miles And I need to I need to I do now I’ll be your warmer night If either one of us would feel alright Take time and figure out What it is that’s causing all of the doubt That I need you I need you I do now I need you Come be who I knew now I need you I’ll be who you knew now I’ll be your colder day If anybody is going to hurt their way
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03:26
I just can’t breed a love High and low Through the winter with colder hands Making the plans For a rugged and broader shore In good time Before I show you another part of my mind On my own Digging right into cold red earth Like a root I didn’t know that was what I was putting you through Forgive me needing familiar ground to lay hope Before I show you another part of my soul On my own Digging around in your town
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03:09
If you ever need a bed made Full grown weeds behind a brick house Teenage branches get the beat again Call the creature and the wind howls Silverstone Jesus on the highway Fifty-cent paychecks in a dollar home All my repentance is in your hands Water running on your pink palm I die to question you about your kin To eat your food and nurse the water pump Figures in motion for some hundred years Kicking up particles in dust bowls
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03:42
Hope man coming our way On a ribbon braid of endless tires Lead me hanging overdrawn While the covenant you hum quarters yard You love the southern states And with them make someone else’s time Keep me hanging together now Your weather waves are coming at my rod Coming around And lean right Holding this crude law Send for something to resurge The parts that you have hurt and run dry Soon will be the light of morning birth The title of the one I’m holding You love the southern belles And with them raising hell up to the dawn Keep my hands together now Your weathered waves are coming at my rod Coming around And lean right Keeping this crude law In harmony A part of me Blinded army Isn’t that telling You love the southern states And with them make someone else’s life Keep my hands together now Your weathered waves are coming at my rod Come on down You mean right don’t you But it’s a crude law
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07:02

about

Campdogzz are dialed into the bleak, spirited heart of the industrial Midwest. The Chicago-based five-piece band harbors driving rhythms, insistent dual guitars set in intriguing arrangements, and the haunting, evocative voice of Tulsa, OK-native Jess Price. Her melodies take on the shape of a storm making its way in -- and out just as soon. There’s a feeling of electricity, of winds shifting, a magical mix of both comfort and unease.

In Rounds, Campdogzz’s sophomore album, was written partially in Chicago but mostly throughout the Southwest as Price and guitarist/vocalist Mike Russell traveled, post-tour, in the school bus that used to serve as their band van. Engulfed by desert, this starkness -- like Price’s native Oklahoma -- couldn’t help but seep into the songs. It was a period of collective change for the band as relationships began and ended, people moved and planted new roots. Everyone experienced some sort of massive life shift and the album serves as a reflection of that period, of growth and patience.

Price, who moved to Chicago to become a filmmaker, has spent her life writing songs. She never considered pursuing music, however, until her introduction to Russell and Nick Enderle (guitar, synth) while filming a documentary on their previous band, Suns. While Price is the main songwriter, Russell has been equally integral to the band from the start, shaping the sound and contributing a song completely of his own on each album. Campdogzz’s self-released 2015 debut album Riders in the Hills of Dying Heaven was the brainchild of solely the pair and came together quickly, but In Rounds represents a shift in their creative process. The new album is a more collaborative and intentional effort, written over a couple of years and recorded in 2017 in Chicago. Like its predecessor, In Rounds is self-produced, but this time with production assistance from engineer Nick Papaleo.

Campdogzz have earned a devoted following in Chicago and the surrounding Midwest, with a solid line-up featuring Price (vocals, guitar, organ), Russell (guitar, backing vocals), Enderle (guitar, synth), Andrew Rolfsen (bass), and Chris Dye (drums). In addition to their own headlining shows and a recent tour with Field Report, the band has opened for Big Thief, Sam Evian, Ohmme, and more. They were recently seen in the first season of the Netflix series “Easy,” while Riders in the Hills of Dying Heaven has been streamed more than two million times. With In Rounds, Campdogzz usher us into the dusty windstorm of a melodic midwest -- aching with yearning and regret -- their hymns offering solace on the long road away from home.

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released August 3, 2018

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campdogzz Chicago, Illinois

Mike Russell, Nick Enderle, Jessica Price, Andrew Rolfsen, Matt Evert.

We are a band based out of Chicago, IL. We roll in an old International bus by name of Gramps.

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