divorce lawyers i shaved my head
wandered around small towns in the middle of the night until the feet stung and swelled; woke up in hospitals after black-outs; fell in love with a boy but a girl but a boy but a girl; thought long about what is that thing between my legs; shaved my head. no identity, now.
then a lot of us started singing, banging, breaking. what was once a single voice grew into many. one broke an arm, one wrote a book, one kept bees, two were bashed, two finished degrees, more & more came in and out of rooms. after many more black-outs and long nights hollering until the throat stung,
traveled around a lot during the year that these songs were written/recorded and found myself feeling very estranged from the idea of having a “home”; the songs were an attempt to return to a simpler kind of language during a time when i felt incredibly inarticulate, unstable, and was in and out of hospitals and on and off medication.