Music and art from the film SAVE THE DATE, starring Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie. Original drawings by by graphic novelist (and New York Times #1 Best-Selling author) Jeffrey Brown, who co-wrote the film. This is a limited edition of 250 hand-numbered 7"s with a 12-page booklet of Jeffrey's drawings.
SAVE THE DATE premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2012, and comes out on demand November 8th, in theatres December 14th. It was directed by Michael Mohan.
Includes unlimited streaming of Accidents and Good Intentions (from the film "Save the Date")
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From the film "Save the Date." This is my version of the song. In the film, this song is sung by the actor Geoffrey Arend.
All of the mistakes I made,
All the ways that I fucked up the plans I laid,
All the times I showed up late,
All the places I left when i should have stayed,
Now I know.
All the chances I let by,
All the accidents that dot the maps of my life,
All of those long worthless nights,
All the times that i know I didn’t get it right,
Now I know —
It brought me to you.
All the shit I went through,
Well, it brought me to you so I don’t care what it took.
All the shit I went through, it brought me to you.
Yeah, it got kind of rough,
it seemed like hoping never mattered enough,
But then it ended with me falling in love,
because it brought me to you.
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This is the best album of 2020. I'm glad I have it in digital format, because I would have utterly worn out any physical format.
John's subject matter is always personal, but in this album, he somehow makes the epic personal. He tells the story of the death of the ancient world in this light I've never really considered it in. He makes this random segment of late antiquity somehow unsettlingly relevant to 2020. It's an album of change, of entropy, but also of defiance, of hope. PRESS AN LP <3 lordscrubjay