Spring Break No Parents

by Leer

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Aaron Ponzo
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Aaron Ponzo really good record, makes me feel so many emotions, and it has so many good riffs Favorite track: Commemoration.
Chester Cun
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Chester Cun high octane emo shreddd, wish i saw y'all play live Favorite track: House Music.
Jeoffrey Owen
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Jeoffrey Owen give it up for the south bay!! Leer brought a bazooka to a fist fight. it is not fair how good this record is. do your ears a favor and listen to this. Favorite track: House Music.
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Tory I honestly couldn't pick just one favorite off of this album. All of it is fantastic. Additionally, they put on one hell of a live performance. Buy all of their music and see all of their shows! Favorite track: Commemoration.
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Fernberg SubCheetah Loved the old shit, love the new shit. the instrumentals are gorgeous, a real chill heavy groove you cant ignore. Favorite track: As Cool As An Attempted Suicide.
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I will burn this Shell away So I can't think of these days Everyone is going away It's always been the same There are a million reenactments pounding in my head As each one ends another part of me sheds I just want to rest my head I want out but a method will never appear I want out Can you help me find a way out of here I have to step forward but I can't look back Can you help me step forward Help me Don't look back Don't ever look back I am the skinless son I am your skinless son
Spring Break 03:13
Never got the chance to picture this in your head Rocks scrape out feet and branches mark our hands It's hard to pinpoint the opening sequence When time slips before us in the shortest glimpse Is it different or is it just distant Readjust your eyes We're on the same side
Recollect and retrospect I've been trying A new day to fall To get back up and Don't let them in To face what lies before today and to remember The past can bring a reappearance The past will notice I can't do this So take your tired metaphors about being sad I am human, you are human Let go of your high hopes
House Music 02:03
What have we fought for Something significant Something more Set to float sailing southward A piece of you kept as you desired Everything has been rearranged But I can't say that we have changed There are problems under the rug so pick it up
No Parents 03:10
Through some eyes things have gotten better But through these eyes events can't be severed After closing this window I still feel the same For the damage you've done you should ashamed Blind contempt met with diluted disdain Looking from a distance at what remains Have you truly changed do you push this away To a colder place we ride away Can you see what lies before you Can you face today To a colder place we ride away
I've failed before but I'll try again An unsettling feeling from within It all becomes so tiring So why can't I sleep I swear I'm trying So little has passed yet I feel so worn Vibrant colors washed out with old words I don't want to feel anymore I don't want to know anymore I am closing my eyes but I'll be fine
Perpetuity 05:18
Something unprecedented in the way We've grown so much we've grown apart I wish I could tell you but I don't have the heart to say Can another withering year embalzon itself with a new cure Nothing can be promised but companionship with intemperrance Nothing to solder No one to blame No reassurance Alone afraid No reassurance We aren't the same Monuments that have been placed in my conscience We are not our fathers






We have had the help of many people from day one, far too many to name here, but with my full gratitude, thank you for all the support in any and all forms that it came. We wouldn’t have been able to do anything without the kindess of others and their respective communities. Special thanks to Chris Gough, Aaron Kovacs, Bob Vielma, and the rest of our family and friends who made this record possible.

From Leer,
Thank You

Jacket by Jonathan Ruiz
Insert Photo by Mari Minjoe
Insert Layout by Jeremy Romero


released August 17, 2013

brandon holder: vocals
dan vo: guitar / vocals
drew satterlund: guitar
francisco duarte: bass
elijah stoll: drums

Recorded live at The Atomic Garden in Palo Alto, California by Jack Shirley


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