Teenage Toys

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Dcecrets It is a haunting track about the perils of looking for identity in a tough environment as a young man.
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I don’t feel any pity
But I see a whole lot of pain
Spend my nights in the city
Youthful souls ignite again
Grey towers growing higher
Casting shadows from east to west
Try so hard to see the sunshine
In the place that I know best
Cause you’re a teenage toy in some town
And you’re living in a carefree time
All teenage toys of the future
Tell me all about your paradise
To a rhythm the street lights flicker
On and off with your heartbeat
Distant brawl sounds too familiar
It’s just shit on the street that the garbage man left


from Volume, track released September 3, 2011



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Skelp Washington, D.C.

Skelp was formed in September of 1995 by singer/guitarist from Glasgow, Scotland David McEwan. Bassist Ted Watts joined soon afterwards. Several drummers came and went but McEwan and Watts remained the band’s nucleus as they regularly gigged around the north east coast of the USA. Ben Azzara who played in numerous Washington D.C Dischord bands joined in Jan 2011 on drums. ... more

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