A Great Big Pile of Leaves Have You Seen My Prefrontal Cortex?

tagged: indie rock rock
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Have You Seen My Prefrontal Cortex?, the debut album from A Great Big Pile of Leaves, is a raw assemblage of the band’s signature style of punk-infused summer pop. Wistful guitar noodles expressively around Pete Weiland’s melismatic singing style, backed with a tactful rhythm section that dials up a calculated intensity at just the right moments.

Brooklyn-bred A Great Big Pile of Leaves deals in 90’s tinged indie-rock that is brainy yet accessible. Founded by Pete Weiland and Tyler Soucy in 2007, the band expanded to include Tucker Yaro, writing and recording as a trio since the release of their self-produced and self-released debut album Have You Seen My Prefrontal Cortex? in 2010 - which was largely distributed via free download on the band’s website.

Pressing Info:

first press:
/524 - Bone/Oxblood
/524 - Bone/Aqua Blue
20 test presses

second press:
/537 - Clear w/ Oxblood, Sea Blue, and Bone Splatter

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Track List:

  1. Alligator Bop
  2. We Don't Need Our Heads
  3. Vampires in Love
  4. Great Fun
  5. Bring Back Breakfast
  6. Race Car Driving
  7. Meet Me at the Mall
  8. I Will Gobble You Up!
  9. Learn to Share
  10. Bicycles in Sleep Cycles
  11. A Few Screws Loose
  12. Sleeping on the Train
  13. Moving in Slow
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