Til Willis

Habit of Being - EP

by Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy

Released 2016
Lemon Zephyr Music
Released 2016
Lemon Zephyr Music
A future-rustic indie-rock EP containing four songs about unhip topics.
NOTES
“Habit of Being is a four song EP by a future-rustic indie-rock trio that speaks to mortality, and other unhip topics. These songs draw influence, structurally from classic song templates, as well as Guided By Voices styles, Captain Beefheart, and Bob Dylan. Habit of Being, the song, was written after a conversation about a National Geographic article on human behavior turned dark. Happy Birthday To The Bomb wrote itself, what with so many people always jumping on the wagon of doomsday prophecy. It’s funny, you see. Nobody Calls Me Home; well, you could take that several ways, can’t you? When The Snow Melts is a very personal song written after the untimely death of my brother. Life is hard, and we’re all waiting for some snow to melt. I appreciate you taking the time to listen, and consider this.” –Til Willis

Technical notes:
The EP was recorded by Til Willis at 1509 Vermont, Lawrence, KS. It was mixed in Portland, OR at Jackpot! Studio by Larry Crane, who’s credits include mixing for Elliott Smith, Sleater-Kinney, Wooden Shjips, and The Shins. It was mastered by John Hruska in Denver, CO.