No Through Road

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First single off our 2018 album 'Finally, a friendly shore'. See the music video at


Red lights come and go
Holding back my fits of passion
Driving down a no through road
Looking for a place to stay

I've been feeling like I owe
You the fruits of my conviction
You're the apple of my eye
From the skin down to the core

Now he tosses to a fro
In the freedom of his fiction
It was in a dream he owned
Now he's woken up alone

Now there's no room for him to grow
That's the reason for his extinction
But the seeds he's sown will grow
They will turn away no more

Come and go
It's a feeling that I know
I want to make the cloudy clear
In the know
Like a hand on a hot stove
I want it cold
And just let go

No through road


from Finally, a friendly shore, track released January 22, 2018
Written by Simon W Stockdale.
Recorded and mixed by Idge at Soundpark, Melbourne, Australia.
Produced by The Phosphenes and Idge. Mastered by Adam Dempsey.
Cover design by Jason Cutler. Photo by Dean Lombard.


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The Phosphenes Melbourne, Australia

The Phosphenes create imperfect three-minute pop songs from a standard dysfunctional rock line-up (with added harmonica for your convenience) that - replete with catchy hooks and upbeat rhythms, armed with poignant and quirky humour, and dripping in vocal harmonies - stick in your head and get you out of your chair. ... more

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