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    This is a limited run of 'Ways to Get Out' the debut album from Far Caspian. Including a new front and back cover designed by Joel Johnston (Far Caspian), new green marble effect vinyl colour, and 20 page lyric and photo booklet. Digital bundle that comes with the Vinyl includes 7 extra live tracks recorded at The Nave, Leeds, UK.

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This was a song that I never finished. I have hundreds of unfinished projects that are usually about a minute long. I’ll start writing something and either get stuck on what to do next or just lose interest in the whole idea. I was going through my hard drive about half way through recording the record and found this half finished song. I decided to embrace the fact
it was unfinished and make it an interlude within the album. The lyrics are meant to be like an internal narration of my thought patterns. It’s meant to capture a moment in time where I was reflecting on the last couple of years and noticing all the things that I did/didn’t do and
whether I had made the right decisions or not. It goes back to that time that I visit in “I’m not where I need” where I felt numb a lot of the time and felt void of any personal interaction with friends and family. When I started coming out of that place I realised all these moments and time had passed without me really realising and how much time I had wasted worrying about nothing.

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Wandering out
Take for granted
Did I refuse myself,
or is that just how?
All the planning,
did you like that?
Did I begin to break,
As all the things passed away?

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from Ways To Get Out, released August 22, 2022

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Far Caspian Leeds, UK

Far Caspian is the project of singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Joel Johnston. Choosing to record with a DIY approach - recording, playing and mixing everything himself - his sound is a deftly combined blend of chiming guitars, rich harmonic melodies and crisp rhythms. ... more

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