Laughing Moon I & II

by Ben Ricketts

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This single was recorded to be released on a mono 7" single limited to 20 copies. The single almost immediately sold out from pre-orders, but it will continue to be digitally available. The vinyl version of Side B contains a locked groove at the end.

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released February 16, 2016

All sounds by Ben Ricketts. Noise in the bridge of "Laughing Moon I" was processed from noise created by Snapchat videos from Collin Greens, as well as the University of Mississippi campus Snapchat story.

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Ben Ricketts Oxford, Mississippi

musician. songwriter. visual artist.

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Track Name: Laughing Moon I (stereo mix)
midnight, on the veranda, we were walking. we made ourselves whole. you don't watch the sunset anymore. i saw the moon and it was laughing. i saw the sun, and it looked like you. you don't swim at hotels anymore. you don't breathe like you used to. i saw you dancing with a bottle. i can't remember a thing you said. tell me more about you. tell me all about you. i don't breathe like i used to. it was cold on thanksgiving. do you remember the parade? no one breathes like they used to.
Track Name: Laughing Moon I (mono mix for 7")
midnight, on the veranda, we were walking. we made ourselves whole. you don't watch the sunset anymore. i saw the moon and it was laughing. i saw the sun, and it looked like you. you don't swim at hotels anymore. you don't breathe like you used to. i saw you dancing with a bottle. i can't remember a thing you said. tell me more about you. tell me all about you. i don't breathe like i used to. it was cold on thanksgiving. do you remember the parade? no one breathes like they used to.