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released September 18, 2015

All songs written by Michael Benjamin Lerner (© 2015 Cabbage Identifier Songs [BMI],
administered by House of Hassle)

Produced and engineered by Michael Benjamin Lerner
Tracks 3, 4, 7, and 8 co-produced and co-engineered by Eric Elbogen

Recorded at Squared Studio in West Seattle, WA
Additional recording done at Edgewood

Mastered by Jeff Lipton at Peerless Mastering, Boston, MA
Assistant Mastering Engineer: Maria Rice

All instruments played by Michael Benjamin Lerner except:
Moog on “In a Future World”; percussion and Moog on “Courtesy Phone”; percussion, additional drum programming, and guitars on “It’s Not Yr Fault”; and drum programming on “Farmers Road” by Eric Elbogen.

All photos by MBL except above, by Justin Lapriore
Design by Maggie Fost

Thank you to my wife, family, friends, and everyone else involved with making this record possible. I could not have done it without you. Thank you endlessly to everyone at Merge Records.

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Telekinesis Seattle, Washington

When it came time to make the fourth Telekinesis album, drummer/songwriter/principal architect Michael Benjamin Lerner found himself in a predicament. In just under five years, he had released three fantastic records—Telekinesis! (2009), 12 Desperate Straight Lines (2011), and Dormarion (2013)—each more ambitious than the last. ... more

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