Home » Guitars » Cymbals Eat Guitars Xr

Cymbals Eat Guitars Xr

07/07/2016 [Intro] / G C G G C D G / [Verse 1] / G Broke my bong on purpose D Hit the ceiling with weed Em That summer benzo blackouts C Erased my identity G #, Cymbals Eat Guitars were an indie rock band from Staten Island, New York, United States, who formed in 2005.

They consist of Joseph D’Agostino (vocals, guitar ), Matthew Whipple (bass, vocals), Brian Hamilton (keyboards, vocals) and Andrew Dole (drums).

The band quietly disbanded in #, Lyrics to ‘ Xr ‘ by Cymbals Eat Guitars.

Broke my bong on purpose Hit the ceiling with weed The summer benzo blackouts Erased my identity At Vintage Vinyl to score some CDs, Song information for XR – Cymbals Eat Guitars on AllMusic.

We currently don’t have any genres associated with this song.

Would you like to contribute?

, 26/08/2014 Check out XR by Cymbals Eat Guitars on Amazon Music.

Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on Amazon.


, General CommentThis is my favorite song off of the album This song is all about missing a friend who died of an overdose.

Every time the narrator is high (which is as normal as breathing, as he says “high is just a feeling behind my eyes” to insinuate its nomality) he has memories and flashbacks of driving high or watching a scary movie or the smell of his friend’s basement.

, LOSE is the third studio album by the American indie rock band Cymbals Eat Guitars , released by Tough Love Records on August 25, 2014 in the UK and by Barsuk Records on August 26, 2014 in the U.


Track listing.

All lyrics are written by Joseph D’Agostino; all music is composed by Cymbals Eat Guitars.

, 29/08/2014 Cymbals Eat Guitars ‘ third record is a sprawling, complex, and fascinating document of American indie rock.

Marked by loss and indebted to New #, 21/03/2020 If you’ve never listened to Cymbals Eat Guitars before, it might take some getting used to Joseph D’Agostino’s vocals, but fans of the band will find this album to be a welcome addition to their catalog.

” XR ” is the only track that didn’t really mesh with me.

I found its vocal pace and melody to be out of place compared to the rest of the album.

cymbals eat guitars xr