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Leaves of the Sea

by The Halcyon Brothers

There was a tree and there was a man, and the man in the tree had a hell of a plan. He rose to the top and shook all the leaves, and all the leaves fell to the opening sea. And the opening sea, had a hell of a curse. This curse was in fact, The ultimate worst. The ultimate worst, that there ever could be, ‘til the man in the tree shook all of the leaves. The leaves hit the sea With a blip and a blap. Soft little sounds, like a cat in a nap. The leaves rode the seas, and the sea held the leaves. There was never a thought, to not just agree. The sea was the leaves, And the leaves were the sea. Both of them one, supplying their needs. And on and on, the story will go, ‘til the tree and the man, and the leaves of the tree, and the leaves on the sea, begin to forget, and then disagree.


You see, there was a tree and there was a man. And... well, it's an allegory. You'll like it.


released February 5, 2020

Björ6n Oranj: Lyrics & Vocals
Bosky Rumbluffer: Guitar
Zack Scott: Drums & Bass


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The Halcyon Brothers Minneapolis, Minnesota

Halcyon is a poetic name for a Kingfisher. It is said that the floating nest of the Halcyon brings calm to the cruel sea. The Halcyon Brothers decorate the weight of the world in a charming and medicated disguise. The sound embraces with a clinched smile, and then stumbles and occasionally falls only to somehow prop itself back up for another round. ... more

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