Destroy. Rebuild

by The Jet Age

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    releases 28 August 2015

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It Always Starts With a Bang
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It Cuts Both Ways
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Who Will I Sing This Song For?
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In Time, All Want Will Cease
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Hand Upon the Throttle
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I Can’t Breathe
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I Figured It Out
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The latest long player from the critically acclaimed (Pitchfork, Onion, Big Takeover) DC trio, who’ve toured the US, UK and Canada with The Wedding Present and on their own, and shared stages with The Constantines, Adam Franklin (who guested on the band’s last record along with Ride’s Mark Gardener), David Kilgour, Ladyhawk and others.

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releases 28 August 2015

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The Jet Age Washington, D.C.

Washington, DC's the Jet Age are a critically acclaimed power-trio about whom writers say things like, "[T]he Jet Age manages to mix the hyper jangle of the Wedding Present with the cruise-control melodies of Swervedriver and the heaven-scraping majesty of the Who circa 1970" (The Onion) and "a heart-pounding rocker … all of the riffs are stellar." (Pitchfork (8.0)) ... more

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Track Name: Don’t Make a Sound
I wanna ride with you to the other side, while the world’s still wide and the sky’s still blue. I don’t want to hide—it could be brand new; things can change if we want them to (and I do). We said it once, it’s always been true: you’re for me and I’m for you. Lying in bed I could hear you sing. Times like this I think we could do anything. Come back to bed and take off that gown. The kids are asleep, don’t make a sound.
Track Name: I Wrote You This Song
Went down to the BC, trying to waste some time; saw you dancing to the slow songs so I got in line. When you put your hands on my hips, it felt like I was flyin’, and when you put your mouth to my lips I knew you would be mine. I wrote you this song so you’d know it hadn’t been so long that I could forget how it was when we first met. And that time won’t come ‘cause you struck me dumb and I still love you like my heart’s on fire and I always will. Bought a home that needs fixing, but you know that we’ve got time. And sometimes some reminiscing makes it easier to find the will to lift your hands, remember what you want, to love the one that you’re with, to cherish what you’ve got. And I sing so you will know my song. And I sing so you will sing along.
Track Name: The World Is Bigger Than My Two Hands
I had a dream: I heard you scream—I leapt up to see what was wrong. I couldn’t find you, I checked for the kids and they were gone. The world is bigger than my two hands, I’m not a leader, I’m not a hero, I’m just a man. But if I can’t save it then who can?