Featuring Caroline Watson.
From the upcoming EP "Who is Donny Flamingo?"
Transcribed by Samosa Jones from the mouth of P. Sugz without permission from Potion:
In 1612, on the 15th night of the first month, when the moon was half, centered in the sky and the village's families in their beds, there was a local magistrate who pondered the great questions in his mind. He found his quill and his ink and began to, without filter, press his thoughts into the page.
This is a similar feeling that we had writing the song "Down In It". We want the page to reveal the shapes that correspond with letters and enunciations, corresponding to feelings that we've had and that the universal "we" have also had. There is no use rewriting the books, because we have printers.
This gives you a glimpse of insight into our writing process. As a whole, how does this song fit into our next EP "Who is Donny Flamingo"? It kinda remains to be seen. Certainly, Donny Flamingo is a curious character that is difficult to define, a complex villain, a tale as old as tails, so I don't think we have the answers, not yet at least.
from Who Is Donny Flamingo?,
track released January 26, 2018
Written & produced by Capyac.
Artwork photography by Helmut Studio. Model: Beans Maranda.
Mastered by Tarekith at Inner Portal Studio.
P. Sugz: lead vocals, guitar
Potion: keyboards, mixing, engineering
Papa Mongoose: saxophone, horn arrangement, engineering
Oolaf: backing vocals
Caroline Watson: lead vocals, backing vocals
Ari Burns: trumpet
Zach Yañez: percussion