The Galactic Address

The Galactic Address

BandAlternativeRock

The music of The Galactic Address is fresh and new to the rock world by also incorporating Metal, Alternative, and Pop. A definite "must see" since they are relatively loud and have in your face hooks!

Biography

The Galactic Address is a hybrid of Texas musicians from other bands which consists of five members. All five are very true in the essence of songwriting and being capable of delivering a unique sound while maintaining on the forefront in rock. They have blended different forms of rock, metal, and alternative to what is known the TGA sound! Songs such as “Letter from James” starting the track with crunching rock riffs accompanied by lush keys as it twists into a bridge that encompasses of pure metal. Alternative seems to be a favorite genre in the mist of the five member group with tracks such as “Moth”, “Dropped Flies”, and “My name is Victory”.
They have just finished their debut EP entitled “Sagittarius Prison” on April 27, 2007 which will be available on I-tunes and Digital Stores this June of 2007. TGA has unfolded within the right time in this digital age and era of ever changing music and/or music hybrids. Fronted by main songwriter Joseph Garcia (Vocals/Guitar) with co-songwriters Larry Botello (Drums) and Alex Lozano (Bass), they have stretched their studio effort since November 2006. Completing the band was not an easy task but it was rightfully so done in February of 2007 with Chris Davila AKA ELITE (Keys and Backup Vocals) and Jonathan Dancuase (Guitar).
They are currently performing regionally and routing their Midwest/East Coast tour in August. However, they will be writing a handful of catchy numbers for their upcoming full length release that will be due by spring of 2008. They will be recording with a fresh producer in Miami, Florida this fall of 2007. So keep an eye out for TGA and spread their sound immensely!

Lyrics

Dirty Water

Written By: Joseph Garcia

Dirty Water
Verse:
Well, where do I start? I stumbled upon this town and it was so confusing. I dabbled in their affairs and it was reassuring.
I dipped my wick and I came out burning.
It all started when I took the first sip of this town’s water. I began to notice the taste was out of place. I made a face and everyone mistook me as an intruder. There are lots of games in this town that I haven’t played.
I fitted in just nicely and I couldn’t complain. But sometimes the narrow minded just wouldn’t go away.

Chorus:
I fell in too deep; she took my hand and closed my eyes
I fell in too deep; I kissed the floor and swam up these lies
You screamed for mercy but very few are worthy
It’s time to hold our breath in this dirty water

Verse:
Now, that I am dried off. I decided upon myself and stay for just awhile longer. No reason for anyone to sit and ponder.
I should have known better to drink the water.
I picked up my slack from the north and strolled to the south as every word came out of my mumbling mouth. Telling the same story with a slight turn of truth as every sip makes me bolder.
I fitted in just nicely and I couldn’t complain. But sometimes the narrow minded just wouldn’t go away.

Dropped Flies

Written By: Joseph Garcia

Dropped Flies

Verse:
The inescapable, the undeniable, truth of selling a handful of empty promises
It becomes apparent, transparent, and enthralled to hear their inflatable instances
Can I become the stickiness that catches the flies and let them drop on their own?
Or should I become the simpleton with a simple mechanism to swat the drones?

Chorus:
Tap the lines so I can hear the uselessness
Fix me a fix to shudder the thought of uneasiness
I am the luck that never changes and leaves no choices

Verse:
The steadiness, the hopefulness, of steering this vehicle of vanishing passengers
It becomes repetitious, infectious, and religious to get the news of a crashing car
Can I become their lucid dream and tell them to wake up or just give them a map of all the cerebral exits?
I can’t steer this car, I need honesty to drive far

Letter from James

Written By: The Galactic Address

Letter from James

Verse:
I don’t need to fall from grace
As the snow turns red for now
To bury all of my memories
But it kept me awake throughout these years

Pre Chorus:
To see why I shouldn’t be here
To feel and release all of my fears

Chorus:
I’m tired of everyone leaving this world
Now you will see what’s been in my mind
Now you will see what’ll come out of my mind

Bridge:
It seems everything dies, once I touch them all
I might as well turn life into non existence
I will burn; I will bleed in this world of hate
And my loneliness shall run like my blood forever
And ignore my drifted consequences

Chorus:
I’m tired of everyone leaving this world
Now you will see what’s been in my mind
Now you will see what’ll come out of my mind

Discography

EP - Sagittarius Prison
www.myspace.com/thegalacticaddress

Set List

40 minute Set
1. Letter From James
2. Dropped Flies
3. Time Bomb
4. Dirty Water
5. My name is Victory
6. Moth
7. An Angel's Disguise
8. New Material
9. New Material
10. New Material
11. New Material