Don't Call My Name

from by The Sloe Ruin

  • The Sloe Ruin EP
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Recorded in September 2014 at Hillside Recording Studios with Matt Hills.
    All songs written by The Sloe Ruin

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Recorded in September 2014 at Hillside Recording Studio


Hangin up above there's a weight over me
Slowly swaying side to side
Footsteps behind me a howl on the breeze
Shot by a magnum in disguise

Well let's go down to the place where it broke you in two
Go down to the place that now haunts you
Your name is engraved on the oak that once grew
And the pain of the words that seem to misconstrue
It goes on and on, take what you want
Don't call my name
Nowhere to hold on so turn and run
Don't call my name

The rope is thinning so very slowly
Threads releasing one by one
It all turns red you can't find the key
In it's place you find a gun

It cannot be seen what lurks in me
I seethe at the thought of purest of beings
So take what you want and take all of me


from The Sloe Ruin, track released June 2, 2015
Written and recorded by The Sloe Ruin
Special guest pedal steel by Steve Pederson



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The Sloe Ruin Adelaide, Australia

After travelling through dive bars across the USA, singer songwriter, Hana Brenecki found the inspiration behind the story that is, The Sloe Ruin.
The Sloe Ruin is a culmination of a couple cowgirls, a cowboy, a swing dancer and two jackaroos and their collective love of all things country. With six members (and counting) their sound blends that old country soul with some new country swag.
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