Jail For Pets

by Pet Jail

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about

This album is the result of 3 years of blood, sweat and tears.

Quick word for a cool guy-

Sai is one of the best musicians we have ever met. His creative contributions to this album are numerous, ranging from writing entire songs to naming many of the song titles. Without him, this band may have never existed in its current form. Thanks for being a great friend and musician.

Thank you to our parents and our families. Without them, none of this would be possible. Thanks to our friends: Mike Giordano, Alex Pickert, Rob Howard, Henry Yavorski, Big Pat, Cooper Leardi, Mike Byrne, Adam Elmarakby, Marshall Natonabah, Blair McGloiry, Archie Denis, The Planet You, 1997 Recordings, and Coach and Sons Booking.

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released July 5, 2016

Pet Jail is

Brian Seltzer - Guitar, Alto Saxophone
Geoffrey McCloud - Bass
Sander Bryce - Drums

Additional Vocals on "I Like Your Hair" - Clara Natonabah

Lyrics to "I Like Your Hair" written by Geoffrey McCloud

All music written and produced by Pet Jail

"Bidets of our Lives" and "Okra Winfrey" written by Sai Boddupalli

Recorded Live at Ugly Duck Studios on December 17th-18th, 2014

Engineered by Samuel Creager
Mixed and Mastered by Phil Silverberg and James Stivaly

Album Artwork by Sarah Bogosh

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Track Name: I Like Your Hair
Fragile floating cosmic membrane.
Weightless, meaningless.
I can trace my name to
many different phases, I've had
many different faces, but

You are my voice
You are my essence
You are an eternity of connection, in
an interpersonal void.

Black box makes me so distant
Black box makes me so virtual

You are my voice
You are my essence
You are an eternity of connection, in
an interpersonal void.

Black box makes me a fragment of
what it means to be human.