Where would you that we gather?

by Fang Chia

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Thank you to
Rowan Carrick,
Emily Strong,
Megan Ostermick,
our friends and families,
and the past-and-present Rat Farm.

Dedicated to those who live on in our memories.

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released May 30, 2014

Fang Chia is:
Kevin Shintaku
Coby Tamayo
Matt Price
Kyle Durkee

with:
Micaela Cooley
Julie Campbell
Nate Dybevik
Jeff Brahe

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Fang Chia Tacoma, Washington

Fang Chia is an experimental rock band from Tacoma, WA and the culmination of four friends playing music together for over a decade. The band's musical influences are broad, ranging from Flying Lotus to Philip Glass to God Speed You! Black Emperor. Unsatisfied with being musically static, their motto is "Constantly Expanding in All Directions." ... more

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Track Name: Nearly No
When did we get put in storage?
Don't remember asking for it
Showing nearly no reluctance, we were far too slow to duck it

We became so acclimated to the old and antiquated
Apathy drove us to doubt it
Suddenly we care about it

All our power's lost to static now that we're stuck in the attic
Smelling something vaguely toxic,
Voices muffled up in boxes
Track Name: Witch's Ice
She bundled up her dress, calling to us children.
"Here is a tale," she stressed, "true as the sun is splendid:
There dwelt a dying crone, old and alone she lingered,
Frailty in every bone, magic in every finger
Atop the glacier there, wall of enchanted glory
Then in her final year..." so rambled on the story

How, with her last breath,
She gave the wall its power:
All which is scrawled upon it
True at the melting hour.

I wandered home that night, shocked at the implications:
Carve in the witch's ice, wait for the realization?
In doubt and fear despite hoping it were so simple,
Up to the ice I climbed, pondering my miracle.
"Give me my brother back," echoed my angry letters.
"Can you deliver that?" echoed across the glacier.

How like a broken promise,
Far out of recollection,
When the splendid sun brought
Rain but no resurrection.