Dunkery Beacon

from by Way Through



Dunkery Beacon

The heather is burnt and the land starts to curve.
Look all around to where it blankets the ground.
Push at the horizon, another line of balance,
Patchwork fields fragment the distance.

Triangulation and rolling dogs,
Huffing and puffing right up to the top,
Reaching the peak a bonfire of stone.
A huddle of rocks,
Heaped into a throne,
Heaped into the air.

Whipped clouds circle around the grey pointing upwards.
Scorched earth across the tarnished summit.
Rusting raiment.

Hills slip down to the sea,
Green wooded fold,
Folded in ponies.
It's a faint path,
Fainter path,
No path.

The earth curves and the land and the sea curve with it always.


from CLAPPER IS STILL, released November 11, 2013



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Way Through London, UK

WAY THROUGH are Claire Titley and Christopher Tipton, a pastoral punk duo originally from Shropshire, now residing in London. Informed by the field as much as the flyover, Way Through write songs which phase out with guitar, tapes, damaged drums and vocals. Using wrong-footed repetition, rapid interplay and free-looping happenstance the band create a ragged yet intuitive tapestry of sound. ... more

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