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Lovitt Records lov40 Supine to Sit Break Out Your Indicator

Drew Ringo
guitar and vocals
Matt Johnson
Luke Abrams
Josh Gaedtke
April 19th, 2004

Out of the ashes of Sleepytime Trio and Roadside Monument comes Supine to Sit. After a year of writing and rehearsing, the band booked time at Seattle's Paradox studios and started working on what has become Break Out Your Indicator, a musically complex yet melodically accessible collection of songs.

With around a decade of relentless touring life on the road from previous musical projects coupled with years of involvement in punk and indie scenes, Supine To Sit brings an eclectic mix of pop sensibility, linear time signature progressions, and beautiful patterned guitar interplay. Vocalist Drew Ringo's lyrics touch on themes from melancholic personal life accounts ("Presidential Hair") to truth-is-stranger-than-fiction stories stolen from newspaper headlines ("That's Not A Spot").

The ability to create a listening experience cerebral yet tuneful is a rare feat indeed and Supine to Sit has thankfully bridged the difficult gap. Fans demanding that their music choices require engagement and attention and those simply happy to sing along while on drives around town should both be pleasantly surprised.

  1. That's Not A Spot
  2. Bears (What's Up With That T.B. Situation)
  3. Let's Be A Skate Team
  4. Presidental Hair
  5. Labs For Seals
  6. Devine Ot Not, A Seizure's A Seizure
  7. The Shape Of The Head
  8. I Saved Latin
Recorded at
Paradox Studios
Mastered by
Chad Clark @ Silver Sonya