News, Shows - posted on September 17, 2014 by

CUKORAKKO!

CUKORAKKO

CUKORAKKO

The band is pleased to be playing at the second CukoRakko festival this October 4th in Steele, Alabama. From the Cuko Rakko site:

Come experience that “magic feeling on the mountain” at the second CukoRakko Music & Arts Festival at the breathtaking natural amphitheater of Horse Pens 40 in Steele, Alabama. Come cleanse your soul at this friends and family event on October 3-5, 2014.  The CukoRakko Fallfest will feature diverse music with mixed media arts, including glass blowing and blacksmithing, yoga, rock climbing, hiking, kid’s activities, food & drinks, craft vending, craft beer and more. The 2014 CukoRakko Fallfest has also added a PDGA Disc Golf Tournament and a Home Brew Beer contest.

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Blog, News - posted on August 25, 2014 by

New Song, “Grim Reaper”, Available For Streaming

“Grim Reaper” is the second (and final) single from our upcoming EP (scheduled for release this fall). Like “One Week”, this song is currently only available via stream from our web site or SoundCloud. Both songs, along with others, will be available for purchase and download this fall with the release of the EP.

We hope you enjoy the song, please share it!


Grim Reaper

I feel him knocking on the door
A story told many times before
It’ll end just like they all do
When the story’s over you’re through
You can feel it in your bones
And you’ll ask to be left alone
He’s coming there’s no escape
Just hope he’ll arrive late

That Grim Reaper’s tracking me
I’m gonna run you better believe
Out here running on the roads
Trying to not overload

With my guitar in my hand
I’ll fend him off, take a stand
But in the end I’ll never win
Until one day we’ll all give in

That Grim Reaper’s tracking me
I’m gonna run you better believe
Out here running on the roads
Trying to not overload

When I’m gone sing along
Know I understand with this song
I hope to see you after all
Wishing you a peaceful fall

That Grim Reaper’s tracking me
I’m gonna run you better believe
Out here running on the roads
Trying not to overload
Well
That Grim Reaper’s tracking me
I’m gonna run you better believe
Out here running on the roads
Trying to not overload


Words written by: Joey Howard
Music written by: Chip Dews, Donnie Garvich, Joey Howard & Keith Weber
Mixed & Produced by: Aaron Hall
©2014 Pyrite Parachute

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Blog, News - posted on July 24, 2014 by

New Single, “One Week”, Available For Streaming

“One Week” is the first single from our upcoming EP (scheduled for release this fall). Right now this song is available for streaming only, but will be available for purchase and download as part of the EP release.

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One Week

The sky tears open
And swallows the Tide
As a madman runs
Out of places to hide
The prince takes
His common bride
The merchant king
Swallows his pride

Red dirt and broken pines
Magnolia blooms and honeysuckle vines
Eat your steak and bitch about your wine
While the peasants rot in their lines

Treasure rains down
From the great divide
As a golden carriage
Is polished and shined
We’re searching for friends
Who were left behind
While the princess is served
Lancashire pie, caviar and wine

Red dirt and broken pines
Magnolia blooms and honeysuckle vines
Eat your steak and bitch about your wine
While the peasants rot in their lines

Red dirt and broken pines
Magnolia blooms and honeysuckle vines
Eat your steak and bitch about your wine
While the peasants rot in their lines

The sun sprang up
And sealed the sky
Our dukes and earls
Bid goodbye
We can’t stay here
Wink of an eye
You don’t meet
The new design

Red dirt and broken pines
Magnolia blooms and honeysuckle vines
Eat your steak and bitch about your wine
While the peasants rot in their lines


Words written by: Donnie Garvich & Joey Howard
Music written by: Chip Dews, Donnie Garvich, Joey Howard & Keith Weber
Mixed & Produced by: Aaron Hall
©2014 Pyrite Parachute

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