Other irreversible processes discussed in the album include falling in love; losing friends while not making friends; and realizing that one is mired in a place where one does not belong. Like country and rap music, neither of which Home Life resembles, the album’s lyrical content is designed to reflect the likely concerns of its listeners.
The majority of Home Life was recorded by Kevin McMahon at Marcata in New Paltz, New York, with two separate bands: on half the songs Kevin Haney played drums and Jacob Wolf played bass guitar; on the other half Alex Tretiak played drums and Sarim Al-Rawi (of Liquor Store) played bass guitar. Jacob played all the keys and contributed many melodies, and Andrew wrote the songs and plays all other parts. “On Me” and “Come Back” were recorded at homes in Charlottesville, VA and New York City.
Andrew Cedermark’s live band, Andrew Cedermark Revue, consists of Alex Tretiak on drums, Jacob Wolf on bass, and Evan Brody on guitar.
Tiller Of Lawn
Heap Of Trash
Train Window Man
Men In Jail
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