Fairground Saints
Fairground Saints


    

Sample Track:  Can't Control The Weather


[Verse 1]
I know my heart now, and this little light shining on me
Back to the start now
What do you do with a soul that's empty?
Seldom elated, I really hate it
It's getting better for now and, we can't control the weather
But things are getting better, but we can't control the weather
I got a creature now, living inside of my chest
A filthy feature, to the parts of me I like best
I couldn't take it no, cause I would just break it
It's getting better for now well, we can't control the weather
But things are getting better, but we can't control the weather

[Chorus]
But I pray yeah
That someday I could be what she wished I was
And as of now
Who somehow seems the bees have lost their buzz
I've seldom seen such a movie scene
Played out in such a tiny house
Let's shed some light on this stereotype
And then let's get the hell out
You can't control the weather

[Verse 2]
Have done my renting, and I've cleared my head for the day
I've heard them chanting with words too vile to say
I couldn't take it no cause, I would just break it
Finish my letter now well
We can't control the weather
But things are getting better
But we can't control the weather

[Chorus]
But I pray yeah, that someday
I could be what she wished I was
And as of now, who somehow
Seems the bees have lost their buzz
I've seldom seen such a movie scene
Played out in such a tiny house
Let's shed some light on this stereotype
And then let's get the hell out
You can't control the weather
But things are getting better
You can't control the weather
Things are getting better
You can't control the weather
Things are getting better
You can't control the weather

Los Angeles-based trio Fairground Saints create their warm and wistful sound by playing off the delicate contradictions at the heart of their music. With each member sharing songwriting duties, Mason Van Valin and Elijah Edwards impart a starkly literate, sometimes-gritty sense of introspection informed by artists like Bob Dylan and Jim Messina, while their fellow vocalist Megan McAllister lends a soulful vulnerability and gutsy intimacy inspired by everyone from Linda Ronstadt to Rihanna.

Fairground Saints:
Mason Van Valin (vocals, guitar) - Elijah Edwards (vocals, guitar, mandolin, keyboards, Dobro, accordion) - Megan McAllister (vocals, guitar, dulcimer)

Track List:

  1. Ain’t Much For Lyin’
  2. Can’t Control The Weather
  3. All For You
  4. Church
  5. Still
  6. Gossip Land
  7. I Wish I Was
  8. Until Then
  9. Sunday Lover
  10. Made To Be Forgotten
  11. Turn This Car Away
  12. Something' From Nothin'