The West Glen

by Jamboree

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"The West Glen" was recorded throughout 2015 in Zack's basement and contains features from the talented minds, fingers, and mouths of Greg Nahabedian, Haley Moniz & Liz Gelinas.

Thank you to anyone who has ever believed in our shit-ass band.
Extra special thanks to Liz Gelinas for goofing off with us for a fantastic 8 months

Tapes coming soon from the fabulous proprietors of Sleep On It! Records


released September 6, 2016

Jamboree is:
Zack Milliron - guitar, bass, that scary part, vocals
Hayden Fisher - guitar, vocals, drum programming

Jamboree is helped by:
Greg Nahabedian - keys on "Crystal Healing"
Haley Moniz - vocals on "I ruin..."
Liz Gelinas - bass on tracks one and two

Jamboree engineered and mixed this EP, Zack mastered



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Track Name: Pray To What, Josh? I Am God.
I was content with waiting
That got thrown to the wayside
I can't stand the voice anymore
But i'd be fine with never seeing another face

When I die, everything will end
Nothing exists without me here
Is this feeling worth living through this gift I've been given?
Please give me chance
My Hopes run dry
Track Name: Crystal Healing Is Real
You laugh and I shed tears
Still good friends after all these years
I am foolish
I am blood red
I am ageless
Oh, hell, what do you know?
Every summer starts more slow
I am foolish
I am blood red
Life is endless
Track Name: I Ruin In Search Of Meaning; My Labor Is Fruitless
Give me a second, let my brain work off this oxygen deprivation
I can swallow all your secrets
But you choked on mine
The sense of holiness is overwhelming
I wish that I could believe it

But you made me feel pretty, it's been lost to the light
Everything is a curse masked by a blessing
My hope's been lost as long as you've been
Is anything really worth the time?
The world will never, ever be mine