Coyote Wind EP

by Otto and the Moaners

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All songs written by Matt Lundquist
Engineered by Emery Barter & Jacob Felix Heule
Additional engineering by Ryan Payton
Mixed by Connor O’Sullivan
Recorded at New, Improved Studio, Oakland, CA
Photography by Amy Dunn

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released June 13, 2018

Coyote Wind
Matt Lundquist- vox, guitars, pedal steel
Connor O’Sullivan - bass
Jacob Felix Heule - drums
Evelyn Davis - piano, organ

1000 Miles
Matt Lundquist- vox, guitars, pedal steel
Connor O’Sullivan - bass
Jacob Felix Heule - drums
Kirby Hammel - piano, organ

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Otto and the Moaners Bloomington, Indiana

Otto and the Moaners is the vehicle of songwriter Matt Lundquist. Named in honor of his banjo plucking great uncle Otto, the band has been on a slow burn since 2008.

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Track Name: Coyote Wind
For all the howlin'
Of the coyote wind
That slips through the walls
And jumps for our bones

Shivers up and down our skin
But it sure is warm
Here inside the storm

Under these old blankets
And a glow in the stove
And it sure is warm
How our fire burns

A December that could freeze
Every memory of summer
Snow dusted hillsides shine
In our frosty windows

Oh your icy little toes
But it sure is warm
Pressed together as one
Track Name: 1000 Miles
Sun is warm again today
A thousand miles away
But it’s not as warm, as warm as your smile

And it’s nice, all the while
Though it’s not as nice as your smile

Sky is cloudless blue today
A thousand miles away
But it’s not as blue, as blue as your eyes

And it’s alright, the light is shining through
Though it’s not as blue as your eyes

Breeze is blowing softly today
A thousand miles away
But it’s not as soft, soft as your touch

Yeah and it’s good, good enough,
Though it’s not as soft as your touch

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