We have more in common than you think.

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We Have More in Common than You Think

When I think about the living
I think about the way
I look like my own ghost


I think about those ghosts never leaving me alone


I think about what is not and that is
the blind spot of my tongue

When I think about a scar the same way I think about a home

When I think about the ribs as my own bent shape of color

I think my mouth becomes a grave that brings spring bloom to ash
erupting toothless vapor so thick it clogs the airways of what I can’t


from Mother Carries, track released April 27, 2017
Poetry by Heather Warren
Recorded at La La Land Studio in Louisville, KY
Art by Karinna Gomez



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Harm Fairbanks, Alaska

Harm is an Alaskan ensemble that defies the bounds of typical genre standards. Blending psych-folk and beatbox with classical themes the experimental chamber group defies your notions of musical normativity.

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