Fablecar

Fablecar

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Fablecar takes you someplace. It starts the film reels of the mind turning. Fablecar puts on a Show. This show is dynamic and builds throughout. Fablecar believes getting there can be just as rewarding as the actual arrival. Let us guide you as "the flames of the glass start turning".

Biography

Fablecar is an alternative rock band from Midwest/Central US. Fablecar's debut album (2012) reflects the musical influences of Coldplay, Interpol, Big Wreck, Pink Floyd, Muse, Jane's Addiction, Kings of Leon, The Killers, and many others.

Mitch Elliott (Lead Vocals/Guitar) and Kyle Warr (Lead Guitar) recorded Fablecar's debut album in late 2011 and released the album in 2012. With an interest to performing live and writing additional material, Fablecar's line up was completed in 2012 with musicians Forrest Jenkins (Bass) and Trace Gross (Drums).

"It’s a big, ambitious, self-titled debut, one that stands tall,... as it’s refreshing to hear a young band take a swing at something wholly original." - Oklahoma Gazette

Lyrics

The Sunday Before

Written By: Fablecar

The Sunday Before

The Sunday before you passed away
I had another premonition
I tried to write it off
As an overactive imagination
Just a morbid fascination
No I’ve never seen it
No I’ve never seen it
No I’ve never seen the future before
CHORUS:
I’ve never seen the future before
No I’ve never seen it
Laying there bleeding on the highway hot and the
Lip drip drip from your lips
As beautiful beautiful as I remember
I wonder how the message was sent
There you were before the congregation
Just like the vision was sent
Looks like the vision was sent
No I’ve never seen it
No I’ve never seen it
I’ve never seen the future before
No I’ve never seen it
Down on the Sunday before you passed
I got a sinking feeling inside
Didn’t really know Or I might have said
But it wouldn’t really buy you much time
No it doesn’t buy you much time
Time wont buy you much time
No I’ve never seen it

Disabled

Written By: Fablecar

I’ve got no place else to go, so baby here I am
And all that I had hid is in the clear
Drove to the edge of the west, the ocean pushed us back
I think it was better in my dreams

This captain’s lost his ship; the crew sailed off without him
Left me on deserted desert island

And falling down those stairs
Damaged my head
Feathers in the way of all I am

Diamond Slice

Written By: Fablecar

Easy pulling back the weather until the clouds can dive
Front shift space gets off the matter with the diamond slice
Make it happen if you can, but we know you can’t
Front wheels robbing all they can it’s called rail sting

Chorus 1
And we think like you should
And we think like you ought to

One of us got scared and went back to the bottom
The other rested on a ledge just shy of the top
I made it to the altar and left my fortune
We had dreams sometimes that’s all we did

Chorus 2
And we think like you should
And we think like you ought to

Most of our plans fell through but we kept trying
Somehow we got sidetracked
And we ended up in the mine
Guitar Solo
Chorus
Out
And we think like you should?

Silhouettes

Written By: Fablecar

Through the cave I see the silhouettes
Falling past cascading patterns
Chorus:
I know you’re burned out
But at least you’re all in

You went out, but we went further in
Counting numbers through the lens piece
Making movies that you’ll live in
Emulate systems discovered

I know you’re burned out
But at least you’re all in

We’re all here

Discography

Fablecar has released one self titled album in early 2012. "A Cinema" is the first song due to be released from their second album. "A Cinema" will be released on iTunes early December, 2012, and the second album is due out sometime early 2013.

Throughout mid September and October 2012, Fablecar has been promoted to radio and enjoys active rotation on over 195 College Radio Stations. Numerous stations indicate Top 25 charting and heavy rotation; including stations in large market areas.

Set List

Poppies and Spice
Diamond Slice
Threes
Twenties
Reactions
Trap Door
Disabled
Silhouettes
The Sunday Before
The Fourth Term
A Cinema
These Wounds
The Tipping Point