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Water Music is Coming Soon.  
Aug 5, 2014

Water Music is Coming Soon.  


Put our seekin to rest
Just see what we find
We’ll be doing our best
We’ll be just right




Go to the Water, All Falls into Place

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Aug 4, 2014
Put our seekin to rest
Just see what we find
We’ll be doing our best
We’ll be just right
Go to the Water, All Falls into Place

Cool Tweet: Och lyssnar på den här låten: … Det ska ni också göra. <3 

Jul 12, 2014
You can sit closer, we don’t need seat belts
Jul 12, 2014
Not the best news.  Could be worse news.  Keep writing.

#clifflight #write #writeinyourtrunks #dontsweatthepolitics #doitfortheloveandthekidsandthatfineasswifeofyours
Jul 8, 2014

Not the best news. Could be worse news. Keep writing.

#clifflight #write #writeinyourtrunks #dontsweatthepolitics #doitfortheloveandthekidsandthatfineasswifeofyours

Jul 4, 2014

How many thoughts does auxiliary member of CliffLight and brother, Doug try to get out at once?  Countem.  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7.

Jul 4, 2014

Re Found Demo

Gavin, you know who’s singing on this?  Sounds familiar.  Sounds good.

https://soundcloud.com/clifflight/morning-light
Morning Light was a tough song to put out.   One of those panicked night before release moments.  Our mix engineer Sohta had done an amazing job bringing brilliant and subtle aspects of Sam’s production to life.  The track was sounding as good as it was going to get and as soon as vocals hit, I cringed.  I couldn’t understand the mindset I must have been in recording.            The listeners/fans we have are  friends and family, important to us.  I felt I let myself down with this one.  I was most adamant but none of us were psyched on it, 3 years old, poppy&#8230; nicknamed ‘the Disney Song’.  How do we promote something and get behind it when we’re not?  The machine was in motion and Billboard already had the exclusive for the next morning, pulling it was out.      I wanted to be honest, show there was more than shimmery pop ladder climbing.  Understandably guys wanted to keep cool publicly, prove it with the next one.  I got their reasoning but staying silent felt awful.  I thought the least I could do was tell it how I saw it.     So&#8230; With the precursor that I’m grateful and appreciative of all the work and good intention that went into it and that our mix engineer Sohta at Capumo studios did awesome as always with what we gave him&#8230; I&#8217;m not the biggest fan of the song.  In many ways it’s a “good song” and if a band like One Direction wrote it, I wouldn’t listen to it but I’d understand it.  The instro is cool.  Everyone’s parts are straight.  My issue is with my own input on this track.  If I want to shit on something I’ve done, I’m going to shit on something I’ve done, no one needs to take issue with that.  Next time I hope to write from a deeper source, to put more of myself in it, on it.  Some of you enjoy this song and I think that’s awesome.  As far as consolations go, it’s a good one.  I’d say don’t get used to it, we’re not planning on another one but I’m grateful that people enjoy it.  We still work hard towards making music with depth and heart that we’re passionate about, hopefully in the long run that’s what shows up when you hit CliffLight in your search bar.
Jul 4, 2014 / 2 notes

https://soundcloud.com/clifflight/morning-light

Morning Light was a tough song to put out.   One of those panicked night before release moments.  Our mix engineer Sohta had done an amazing job bringing brilliant and subtle aspects of Sam’s production to life.  The track was sounding as good as it was going to get and as soon as vocals hit, I cringed.  I couldn’t understand the mindset I must have been in recording.       
    The listeners/fans we have are  friends and family, important to us.  I felt I let myself down with this one.  I was most adamant but none of us were psyched on it, 3 years old, poppy… nicknamed ‘the Disney Song’.  How do we promote something and get behind it when we’re not?  The machine was in motion and Billboard already had the exclusive for the next morning, pulling it was out. 
    I wanted to be honest, show there was more than shimmery pop ladder climbing.  Understandably guys wanted to keep cool publicly, prove it with the next one.  I got their reasoning but staying silent felt awful.  I thought the least I could do was tell it how I saw it. 
    So… With the precursor that I’m grateful and appreciative of all the work and good intention that went into it and that our mix engineer Sohta at Capumo studios did awesome as always with what we gave him… I’m not the biggest fan of the song.  In many ways it’s a “good song” and if a band like One Direction wrote it, I wouldn’t listen to it but I’d understand it.  The instro is cool.  Everyone’s parts are straight.  My issue is with my own input on this track.  If I want to shit on something I’ve done, I’m going to shit on something I’ve done, no one needs to take issue with that.  Next time I hope to write from a deeper source, to put more of myself in it, on it.  Some of you enjoy this song and I think that’s awesome.  As far as consolations go, it’s a good one.  I’d say don’t get used to it, we’re not planning on another one but I’m grateful that people enjoy it.  We still work hard towards making music with depth and heart that we’re passionate about, hopefully in the long run that’s what shows up when you hit CliffLight in your search bar.

Was it the winethat made my head sharpand cutinto my dreamswith stripes and shadowscaught silver and whiteacross my faceunder the Moonlight.I had two Tigersfor brothers&amp; we slept togetherbeneath midnightwith warmth and God
Jul 4, 2014 / 2 notes

Was it the wine
that made my head sharp
and cut
into my dreams
with stripes and shadows
caught silver and white
across my face
under the Moonlight.
I had two Tigers
for brothers
& we slept together
beneath midnight
with warmth
and God

Jul 4, 2014 / 1 note

Amanda Dreams, Samurai in Rome Demo

Then came a shift and these moments so small against the fire built upon themselves like a grain to mountain
Jun 21, 2014

Then came a shift and these moments so small against the fire built upon themselves like a grain to mountain

I wrote a statement about the music we&#8217;ve released and what image people gather from it.  About how some of my favorite CliffLight demos will probably never be released and may be better that way&#8230; Unpolished, trains, animals, lives in the back.  I wrote how the music industry and culture says to pick who you are, what you sound like, what category you&#8217;re in.  About how unrealistic it is to attempt fitting five people&#8217;s feelings into a genre or sub genre always.  About depth and if need be, having less people that care more.  About risk and change.  About compromise, balance and purpose.  L.  About how CliffLight plans to release music this Summer.  Some tracks a few of us like and a couple of us don&#8217;t, some tracks we all like.  Some tracks we love and one or two of the tracks none of us like but somebody else might.  To not expect a set sound.  To enjoy the mistakes with us.  To listen to tracks we must have been crazy to make alongside tracks that are why we make music.  Sometimes they are the same.  I wrote a statement and it got deleted and that was good.    The Many Colors of CliffLight
Jun 17, 2014 / 1 note

I wrote a statement about the music we’ve released and what image people gather from it.  About how some of my favorite CliffLight demos will probably never be released and may be better that way… Unpolished, trains, animals, lives in the back.  I wrote how the music industry and culture says to pick who you are, what you sound like, what category you’re in.  About how unrealistic it is to attempt fitting five people’s feelings into a genre or sub genre always.  About depth and if need be, having less people that care more.  About risk and change.  About compromise, balance and purpose.  L.  About how CliffLight plans to release music this Summer.  Some tracks a few of us like and a couple of us don’t, some tracks we all like.  Some tracks we love and one or two of the tracks none of us like but somebody else might.  To not expect a set sound.  To enjoy the mistakes with us.  To listen to tracks we must have been crazy to make alongside tracks that are why we make music.  Sometimes they are the same.  I wrote a statement and it got deleted and that was good.  

  The Many Colors of CliffLight

#clifflight #thefieldeffect #badrabbits 
Jan 4, 2014

#clifflight #thefieldeffect #badrabbits 

Jan 4, 2014

Pumpin iron with Bralderman and the Rare Bird Schortman.

Last Sunrise over the ocean, for a while.  
Dec 28, 2013 / 1 note

Last Sunrise over the ocean, for a while.