Frustration

by Sebastian Romaunt

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Featured by DIY Magazine!
diymag.com/2015/01/19/the-neu-bulletin-19th-january-2015

"Stick with Jason Lee. The Chicago bedroom kid’s debut takes a while to get going, almost like it’s trying to keep an eventual booming chorus to itself. Sinking in and out of consciousness, eventually ‘Frustration’ hits the mark, going beyond a slew of queasy guitars. “You’ve seen so much,” he sings, sounding more haunted than the song’s subject."
· DIY Magazine

· Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/jaasonleee/frustration

lyrics

we hide behind these walls
behind these walls
behind these walls

a lose of sight during a tough fight through the night
alone again, cold again, our hearts feel bold again

frustration, you're so needy
you've seen so much but you still feel like you need me
laughter, is a bright light
others put on shades to hide their eyes so they don't have to sacrifice their life

we hide behind these walls
we hide behind

we get so old when forgiveness is told
we speak to each other and pretend that it doesn't matter

frustration, you're so needy
you've seen so much but you still feel like you need me
laughter, is a bright light
others put on shades to hide their eyes so they don't have to sacrifice their life

frustration, you're so needy
you've seen so much but you still feel like you need me
laughter, is a bright light
others put on shades to hide their eyes so they don't have to sacrifice their life

frustration oh, frustration oh
frustration oh, frustration oh
frustration oh, frustration oh
frustration oh, frustration oh

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released January 19, 2015
Recorded in a tiny cold room underground.

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Sebastian Romaunt Chicago, Illinois

The water of the earth brings us as humans life. In a metaphorical sense, we are all here to learn how to swim thus learn how to live.

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