Come On Home, Hero

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"Come On Home, Hero" is the first single taken from the forthcoming "Aphorisms" LP.

"Come On Home, Hero" is available as a limited edition one-sided white flexi vinyl 7", as a three track CD single and as a digital download through MTAT and Aaah!!! Real Records. All versions include b-sides "Even Cowpunks Get The Blues" and a cover of "Change" by Billy Liar.

UK Tour - April 2017

April 14 - The Corner House, Cambridge
April 15 - Dugstock @ New Cross Inn, London
April 16 - Flairz, Hastings
April 17 - Chelsea Inn, Bristol
April 18 - The Phoenix, Exeter
April 19 - Transport Club, Cardiff
April 20 - Rewind, Wrexham
April 21/22 - Manchester Punk Festival
April 23 - Alma Inn, Bolton
April 24 - Conroy's Basement, Dundee

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released April 14, 2017

All song written by Derrick Johnston,
except "Change", written by Billy Liar.

Performed by Tragical History Tour
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Recorded, mixed and mastered by John Harcus
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Artwork by Gordon MacKenzie
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Track Name: Come On Home, Hero
I know you're angry, you scream it every day at me
but you misdirect your hate and rage
with the worldview of a tabloid front page.

Now you've had your say, expressed yourself in a violent way,
screaming “we want out!” without thought or doubt
as you give your country away.

Come on home, hero.

Say you get what you want,
it's not the war your grandaddy fought.
If the earth can't breathe we'll miss the tress
and die in underwater cities.

Come on home, hero.

When there's nowhere left to run
we can't undue all the damage we've done.
As a human race, at times we've been great
but mostly we've been a disgrace.

As a human race, at times we've been great
but mostly we've been a disgrace.

Come on home, hero.
Track Name: Even Cowpunks Get The Blues
Started out just a dream
A bad idea, a fantasy.
When you look up and turned around
I look back down at the ground.
Worlds apart, two hearts collide.
When I look deep into your eyes
I see myself swimming there.
I see a hope beyond despair.

Even cowpunks get the blues, baby.
I know I tell you every single day
But no-one ever stole my heart like you
They don't know the things that we've been through
Oh no.

A drunken mess, I bottomed out
You stood by me, I shared my doubts.
Standing strong, tears in my eyes
You give me hope.
You give me life.

Even cowpunks get the blues, baby.
I know I tell you every single day
But no-one ever stole my heart like you
They don't know the things that we've been through.

We've got nothing to prove to anyone.
The future will be written by me and you.
We owe no explanation for the life that we choose.
Oh no.