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This song was originally called "I talk to Bob" as a reference to a scene in "American Splendor", but a friend of mine hated the name so passionately that I was compelled to change it. I'm still not sure if it was worth it...


I am making all this noise to avoid calling your name.
It's a dilution of fears, a spurt of growth that's caused by pain.
And in my nightmares I am still there; in the house where I made ghosts.
And I hate seeing your doorway and I hate feeling you close.
Because as close as you may get, you are still so far away.
And I feel selfish that I just can't bring myself to watch you fade away.

All this growth's sure to be the death of me.


from It's now safe to turn off your computer., released April 20, 2014
Also, all me...



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GRIM Derry, UK

I’m GRIM. I’m an angst-ridden white European man.
I'm an exporter of Lo-fi Electro-blues:
Electro because of the ‘instrumentation’.
Blues because I get irritated by things other people seem to find totally acceptable.

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