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Recorded at Son Spot Studios in Kalamazoo by Mike Schuur in February of 2017. Overdubbed October-December of 2017. Mixed and mastered by Mike Schuur.

Released on Personal Archives Records, whose wonderful catalog can be found at:



released March 3, 2018

Saxsquatch is:
Jarad Selner - Saxophone, Vocals

Bridge Band is:
Cousin Will Benoit - Drums
Jakab Selner - Bass
Jarab Selner - Guitar

One-Cell Hammond Organism on track 3 provided by the indomitable Tom Eldred of The Mainstays

All songs written by Saxsquatch*
All songs arranged by Bridge Band*

Art by James Duke

*Track 5 part two written by James Duke of Son Drop


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Track Name: Natural Satellites
I've considered retiring to natural satellites
but they fly to fast for me
I think I'd rather on Lake Superior
over the Sea of Tranquility
But all the storms I'll have to weather
still seem like a fair price to be able to breathe
so I'm looking 'round for a seaside town
that'll have me

I met a man from Terra Firma once
Never asked the girl he liked if she wanted to dance
he said 'I never really got the hang of it
but I'm pretty well versed in the other parts of romance'
She caught me at my car that night
she'd left him locked up somewhere in a trance
she said 'I don't want to hurt no-one
unless I get the chance'

I've considered retiring to natural satellites
that's why my neck hurts so goddamn much
'cuz even those this water feels so nice
I can't help but keep on looking up
Track Name: Shallow Diver
I came downstream to be clean
I'll settle in this river to rot
I thought a wash would save me
I'll settle in this river to rot
I never should have drank so deep
this water's not what I thought
I never should have drank so deep
I'll settle in this river to rot