Moonflowers (Fade to Black)

from Lady of Turquoise by Cary Grace

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    “…an absorbing line of languid psych-infused rock … tempered by a remarkable degree of control that ensures everything hits the mark. … hypnotic and insistent, stretching out through a series of altered, addictive states…” —Sid Smith for Prog Magazine

    “...totally exhilarating.” —Ian Abrahams for Record Collector Magazine


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Thunder in your ears, drums without a form
The rhythm is a mystery—a sounding storm
Flood surge—twilight down—sweeps the valleys clear.
Beneath the waves of hyacinth, we disappear.

Shadow me tonight, when the moon is high
And when I do not see you there, I will not cry
And when you trace the way, turn around and go.
All roads will lead us to the end of what we know.

So here we will remain, to plant the stony ground.
Between the lines we sow the seeds, and words are found.
And born unto the moon, we are not anymore.
But we shall never know the truth of what we were before.

And when you find the key,
You’ll know it’s not your own.
You are just as much at sea as I am alone.
Ice covers everything, and you survey the waste.
You think if only you had wings
To rise above this place...
But almost nothing’s as it seems,
See, we are only slaves.
And we float wraithlike into dreams,
Above the rows of graves.

We take the stage, then fade to black.
A time ablaze, then fade to black.
A page has turned—there’s no turning back.
Candles are burned—there’s no turning back.
We take the stage, then fade to black.
A time ablaze, then fade to black.


from Lady of Turquoise, released January 31, 2020
Cary Grace: vocals
John Garden: guitar
Andy Budge: bass
David Payne: drums


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Cary Grace UK

Cary Grace is an American expat, residing in England since 2005. She is as much at home wielding a soldering iron as a guitar, and runs
Wessex Analogue, manufacturing Wiard brand boutique modular
synthesizers. She devotes as much of her free time as possible to making and listening to music, and finds much of her creative inspiration exploring the beautiful English countryside by motorbike.
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