Grant Atticus​/​Kyle Kulseth Split

by Grant Atticus

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    You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll clap along to the beat.

    Two songs by Grant Atticus and a nice little chunk of Kyle Kulseth's stand up routine. Pressed on random color vinyl, hand numbered out of 100, hand stamped, and individually kissed by Mr. Atticus and Mr. Kulseth to ensure the highest quality.

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Songs were recorded at Grant's place in June 2015 by Davenport.
We got beers and tacos after and it was rad.
Photo taken by Timmy Arrowtop

“I don't have friends, I got family.”
- Dominic Toretto

Big props to Kyle Kulseth, Kyle Davenport and Jack Records, Ross, Emma and Whistle Pig Music, Timmy, Nick, Beags, Marty, Anthony, Megagiant, deadbeats, and everyone who has been super supportive through my years of music. Really appreciate it.

Hit me up sometime, bbz.


released February 19, 2016

Recorded by Kyle Davenport
Photos by Timmy Arrowtop
Released by Jack Records
Pain and anguish by Grant Atticus & Kyle Kulseth



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Grant Atticus Missoula, montana

Musician from Missoula, MT. Loves comics, beagles, burritos, and a good party.

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Track Name: Like Waves

Friday night my favorite bar
I can't speak
Whiskey burn, my throat is sore
Star covered street
You're singing all of our favorite songs
You're dancing to whatever the jukebox drones

So bring your mix tapes
And we'll drive my car
To the nearest ocean
We'll crash like waves on to the shore

Saturday night VFW bar
I can't sing
Open mouth, these beer cans pour
Rain covered street
You're singing along with all the bands
You're dancing like these times will never end

Sunday night the liquor store
I can't believe
It's closed and somebody has
Locked the door
Track Name: (Meet Me at the) Montana State Line

I said tonight I probably shouldn’t be drinking
I always second guess myself
about how much I hate this place
And how much I miss you

You said tonight I shouldn’t be over thinking
because you were feeling quite blue
About living at your parent's place
and I smiled when you said you missed me, too

As I sit in the back of this van
I'm tired, exhausted, wasted again
and it feels like you’re so fucking far away
and I'm stuck on this side of the great divide

Let's grab the corners of this map
and cleverly fold up all of the distance
or pick a destination that works just fine
Meet you at the Montana state line

Let's raise our glasses keep on thinking
Keep on drinking until we find
a way to bend all space and time
Meet me at the Montana state line