Accept​/​Abort

by Speaking In Italics

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released September 15, 2012

All music written by Speaking In Italics
Recorded at Park Farm Studios 2011-12
Recorded and engineered by Jamie Ward
Artwork by Something Creative
Remix of track, 'Swaying Ark' by Kyte

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Speaking In Italics UK

Speaking In Italics are an alternative rock band from the UK.

Hailing from within the Leicester post- hardcore/math rock scene, the band have released three EP's and toured across the UK and Europe with bands such as Maybeshewill, Max Raptor Press To Meco and Allusondrugs.

Speaking In Italics are currently writing their first full length release for the end of 2017.
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Track Name: Accept/Abort
Accept/Abort

Believing in better with our
finger nails dug in mortar suggesting
frenzied grasp for the good life,
waning stride to a crawl.
Play it back in slow motion frame by frame.
Piece together a broken history.
Instigating a new round of
asking questions, denying simple truth.

He has potential but he must try harder.

Grinding by with the pace,
caustically edging the way.
Colliding into the darkness,
though there was nothing there.
Believing in better.
This clearly is too much to ask.

Still hanging uncertainly inbetween
acsension and the bottom of the well.
Air is thinning, the warmth escapes steadily.
Water ripples invitingly.
Clashing tidal waves breaking over me,
Cleansing all but a sense of direction.
Intigating a new idea,
answered questions? No this is surely dreaming?

He has potential but he must try harder.

Grinding by with the pace,
caustically edging the way.
Colliding into the darkness,
though there was nothing there.
Believing in better.
This clearly is too much to ask.

Believing in better with our
finger nails dug in mortar.
Believing in better with our
finger nails dug in mortar.

He has potential but he must try harder.

Grinding by with the pace,
caustically edging the way.
Colliding into the darkness,
though there was nothing there.
Believing in better.
This clearly is too much to ask.