Space Junk

by Andrew Howie

subscriber exclusive
1.
05:00
I navigate the same mistakes again and again The Kessler collision lies just round the bend But gravity keeps pushing me back to this path Just space junk in orbit making one last pass I listen through the feedback of flutter and hiss For the echoes and signals that I must have missed So take this slow and unsteady satellite And pull my trajectory out of the night My fixed point of origin is a code I can't crack Programmed to self-destruct right off the bat I pilot through the static of clutter and trash For a detour or getaway out of my past So take this slow and unsteady satellite And pull my trajectory out of the night Gravity keeps pushing me back to this curve Maybe it's nothing less than what I deserve So take this slow and unsteady satellite And pull my trajectory back to the light

credits

released March 6, 2017

Written, played, recorded and produced by Andrew Howie, except:

Electric guitar and backing vocals by Andy Zipf.
Keyboards & MIDI signals by Don Avidly.

Recorded at home.

Mastered by Iain Hutchison @ www.glowormrecording.com

license

all rights reserved

tags

about

Andrew Howie Stirling, UK

Andrew Howie (ex-Calamateur) is a Scottish singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer & prison/community group music tutor. He combines confessional & empathetic lyricism with acoustic instruments, noisy electronics & ambient textures to create introspective, hook-laden songs about uncertainty, doubt & love. You'll find him either holed up in his home studio or playing in your living room. ... more

contact / help

Contact Andrew Howie

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code

Report this album or account

If you like Andrew Howie, you may also like: