by Tellison

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The third single from Tellison's new album "Hope Fading Nightly" out now on Alcopop Records.

Free download w/ b-side "Black Rhyme" recorded during the "Hope Fading Nightly" sessions.

Released on just four hand-made bowling shirts - one for each member of the band.

BUY NOW: tellison.bandcamp.com/merch/wrecker-bowling-shirt

Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHq_KQlO_h0




released November 3, 2015

Produced by Andy Jenkin @ Rex Studio, London. (www.andyjenkin.co.uk)

Song and lyrics by Stephen Davidson.
Music written and composed by Tellison.

Artwork by Tom Laskowski (www.tomlaskowski.com) & Lloyd Cook (www.lloyd-cook.co.uk)

Bowling shirts by Ben Wood (www.benjameswood.com)

If ever I complain
About the love that you give me
And if I throw it all away
Well I hope you forgive me

But you left months ago
And I hope you know
That I wish you would come home

I'm a wrecker.

If ever I'm away
With the boys in the band
And you don't hear from me
Well I hope you understand

I'm a criminal
With a wrecking ball
And I wish I could come home

I'm a wrecker.

I'm a criminal
With a wrecking ball
But I wish I could come home.

But you don't wanna know.

I'm a wrecker.



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Tellison London, UK

Tellison is a failed indie rock band from London with acute organisational difficulties. They've released three albums and a bunch of singles.

With the release of their third album, "Hope Fading Nightly", Tellison are currently dusting off their guitars and referencing conventions and stepping up to take another swing at, if not the big time, at least the medium time.
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