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29 Mar

Once was a solid boy from the get-go
Started out that way, but of course decayed
So we just roll our eyes

Stuck to the tip of your tongue still wishing
That the roof of your mouth or your father’s house
Would soon be tumbling down

But nothing in the alphabet could tempt you
Or make your body want to coalesce
If nothing in your heels and nothing in your head could bring you closer
Then you’ve never been kissed on the 29th day of February

Kick it down a notch, you’re everywhere
Take it down in an inch, you’re everywhere
As you should be…

Once you leave the neighbourhood
You’re out of luck and occupied
Struck by premonition
Someone else sneaks inside you

Twice you trust an artifice
Reduced to an odd device
Clawing, scratching, aching, weeping
Out of sight and out of mind, you’re…

If what I said that night was for disposal
And what you learned in school was all a joke
If nothing in this world is something that your righteous head could follow
Then you’ve never been kissed with your eyes closed in the pouring rain

Going West

25 Feb

Check out our new song “Going West”!

I’m waking up from a dream
I shook this coast off and quit this scene
Now I’ve grown tired, my money’s spent
I’m going home to the west

I can feel it in my bones

The Puget Sound, it called my name
Manhattan’s voice just doesn’t sound the same
Now I’ve grown tired, I must confess
Dreaming of home in the west

I can feel it and now I want it
I can feel it in my bones

I heard the home phone ring in the 603
Spell it out for me
NH, NY, oh please

I can feel it in my bones
I’m going home to the west

New Songs

17 Jan

Hannah – Faire du Surf

In the Woods – Faire du Surf

you caught me! …dancing?

9 Feb

“Lit Up” is officially recorded and up on Facebook and Myspace!!! We’d love to hear what you think of it and are so excited to be started on our CD “Layter, Maybe”

On Monday, Feb 15th we’ll be headlining at “Playing For Change: the Famine Awareness and Benefit Concert” It starts at 5:00 and is at the Real Life Christian Center which is located at 1313 NE 134th St. Vancouver, WA (Right behind the Wayside Market). It’s a great cause and it’s $2 to get in. Please tell your friends and we hope to see you there!


ps. If you’re curious, here’s the lyrics to “Lit Up”…

Lit Up
by Faire du Surf

Can I tell you a secret
I cried myself to sleep last night
I hope that you can keep it
‘Cause I don’t want you to change your mind

I don’t know what else to do
Some simple things are hard to do

Late that afternoon
I caught you running by your house
I thought what should I do
And boy my heart was running fast

I could not believe so suddenly
I’d get that opportunity

You preoccupied my mind
I was paralyzed, lit up inside
I never felt so alive, never felt so dead
But you caught me dancing

I’d been left defenseless thinking I could find the words
But I’d been wrong before and I was then
You were so content in knowing you were under my skin
I believed in luck until that I cannot begin to comprehend

But you caught me dancing
Yeah, you caught me red handed
Oh, you caught me dancing