more from
Darla Records

The Toothache EP

by EndCastle

/
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    Purchasable with gift card

      $2.97 USD  or more

     

1.
03:44
2.
03:06
3.
03:46

about

“The Toothache EP” is the debut release by EndCastle of San Diego, CA. EndCastle is a classically futuristic, sometimes psychedelic rock n' roll experience. The band was formed by Follow the Train’s Dennis Sheridan as a continuation of his previous efforts (also available on Darla Records) after relocating from Louisville, KY to Oceanside, CA.

Upon accepting the inspiration of any worthy genre, EndCastle’s melodies are synthesized through its own flavor of dueling guitars, existential lyrics, can't stop bobbing your head bass-lines and the rolling thunder of rhythm that ties it all together. “Toothache” is a layered metaphor of catchy sounds and immediate words that gives listeners a taste of EndCastle’s range and the demand for more - a demand that will soon be met as plans are already in place for a full-length by Spring of 2018.

credits

released January 5, 2018

Dennis Sheridan - Guitar/Vocals
Eric James - Guitar
Charlie Esquivel - Bass
Brendan Ruff - Drums

Produced by EndCastle and James Page at Emerald Age Studio
Engineered and Mastered by James Page at Emerald Age Studio
Songs written by Dennis Sheridan and EndCastle

2018 Darla Records

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

EndCastle San Diego, California

EndCastle is a classically futuristic, sometimes psychedelic rock n' roll band. Accepting the inspiration of any worthy genre, melodies are synthesized through dueling guitars, existential lyrics, can't stop bobbing your head bass-lines and the rolling thunder of rhythm that ties it all together.

Dennis Sheridan - guitar/vocals
Eric James - guitar
Charlie Esquivel - Bass
Brendan Ruff - Drums
... more

contact / help

Contact EndCastle

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code

Report this album or account

Track Name: Attic
Upstairs in the attic, you're hiding out again
Putting off your chores and counting all your sins
Upstairs in the attic, you're lying down again
You're afraid, it was all pretend
When you swung on vines, through ancient times
The air was thin; the noise was loud
The trees stood up; the fence blew down
You were pulled through lines, displaced in time
You balanced like the crane when they fished your bones out from the drain

Upstairs in the attic, you're hiding out again
Keeping up with trash, and peeling off your skin
Upstairs in the attic, you're lying down again
You're ashamed, of what you did
When you swung on vines, through ancient times
The hours slipped away while you sat captive there in wait
You were dodging crimes in lazy times
You got drunk on the plane doing shots with Billy Zane

Zooming out of scope what you call patterns I call rope
Hanging there constrained, conducting strings, colliding branes
Running out of soap, stacking bricks and making smoke
Casting off the skeins, knitting a hat on a plastic train

Hiding out in the attic
Track Name: Green Maiden
Mothership invade or retire
Find a drop; pick it up; take it higher
Mind of stone all alone in the Green Zone
Later in time you will find you'll be fine

What you need to be near can cost dearly
What you seek can erode
Where you find all the time you lose sense of
how you plan to evolve
When you need a strong line to come in by
everyone could be gone
While you try to survive and defeat all
that had once weighed you down
Don't sit down
Track Name: Fortune
There's too much of all the good leaves
strewn all across the floor
Before the trucks and wooden hauls
could find a bed of teeth
And inside all this heaven
was a closet full of dust
And when you breathe
you sneeze away your dreams
They float away for good

That's the only way
To say goodbye
When you've squandered a fortune made of time

No attention could be paid
No forgiveness was enjoyed
No existing chains or olive stains
Just paper and some glue
By all means just take a drive
and if the road is clear by then
Plant some rubber seeds to choke the weeds
Wave a handkerchief as you fly

If you like EndCastle, you may also like: