“And we used to sleep on the beach here, sleep overnight. They don't do that anymore. Things changed, you see. They don't sleep anymore on the beach...”
God’s Pee return with what I would consider one of their strongest outings yet. An album for hope, an album for freedom.
Waking up alone on a cold dark beach, you hear the sirens once again, the war has begun and you’re stuck in the middle of it. You don’t remember why you’re here, or how you got here. ... read more