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For Everest - Blammo!
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Pickle Boy - Big Bad Boy
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Pickle Boy - Monkey Bars
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Ratboys - Figure
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Ratboys - Light Pollution
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Tiny Blue Ghost - New Years
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Tiny Blue Ghost - High Expectations

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For the first time in the Fear Mint series, Near Mint presents four bands, each offering two tracks. This gives an easy elevation of the Halloween treat's exploration of projects that both of us love and respect. This year, we've lucky to usher in the return of For Everest on their second split of 2017, AL from Great Grandpa's laidback side project, two unreleased older demos from the venerable Ratboys, and one of our favorite newcomers Tiny Blue Ghost (who will be releasing their debut LP, Growing Pains, on October 8th!)

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releases October 31, 2017

FOR EVEREST
"Hesitation"
Engineered and mixed by Chris Teti at Silver Bullet Studios.

"Blammo!"
Engineered by Zac Suskevich at Dubway Studios.
Mixed by Nick Pitman and Zac Suskevich.

"Hesitation" and "Blammo!" mastered by Ian Pritchard.

For Everest is Sarah Cowell, Jon Crevier, Brian McFarland, Nick Pitman, and Ian Pritchard.

PICKLE BOY
Alex Menne - Baritone Ukulele, Vocals, Xylophone, Melodica
Dylan Hanwright - Guitar, Bass, Piano, Synth

Engineered & Mixed by Dylan Hanwright

Mastered by Matt Riefler

RATBOYS
Written and Recorded by Julia Steiner
Mastered by Matt Riefler

TINY BLUE GHOST
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Dante DeFelice
All songs written by Marissa Carroll

Marissa Carroll - Vocals, Guitar
Dylan Fader - Guitar
Joseph Wright - Bass, Drums

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Track Name: For Everest - Hesitation
We're joking, "Oh God, oh God, we've got ourselves to blame for this."
Humming words between our lips, are we still and motionless?
I could never kiss you because you still believed in God,
and your homemade hands were drying out in time to rot.

You built a home but couldn't hold a conversation.
I think your tongue was housing hesitation.

We're breaking everything down into boxes so we can take them with us.
We've tied them shut with bowed excuses that one day we'll get up leave it.

You built a home but couldn't hold a conversation.
I think your tongue was housing hesitation.