by Bonesetters



Available for purchase through Joyful Noise Records as part of the "50 Bands & A Cat for Indiana Equality" compilation. This compilation's proceeds goes 100% to support Freedom Indiana, ACLU of Indiana & Indy Pride.

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Track previously unreleased.


When you hit the wall/ In an ever widening expanse/You're further along/ Than when the collision struck you from your trance

I saw it all

The path is wide/ And your choices no right or wrong/ Just seperate lines/ That at a point converge and at the ends they sprawl

I saw it all

Can you have enough?
I think I've had enough


released April 22, 2015
Engineered & Mixed by Andrew Malott at Ringgold Starr
Mastered by Tyler Watkins at Postal Recordings

Cody Davis- Drums
Andrew Malott- Bass & Backup Vocals
Sam Shafer - Guitar and Backup Vocals
Dan Snodgrass - Guitar and Vocals

Released as part of "50 Bands & A Cat for Indiana Equality" Compilation released by Joyful Noise Recordings.



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Bonesetters Indianapolis, Indiana

Started in Muncie, IN in 2009, Bonesetters have evolved from a modest folk rock experiment into a full-fledged band that stretches ever onward, geographically and creatively. Bringing a range of sounds from Post-rock to 60's garage pop, and melding them into a pot called Neighbor Rock , the new pedigree of songs stretch them into deeper thoughts of existence and melodically into your synapses. ... more

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