WEEK 14/52: Higgs Boson

Buxton here. This track is another first – the first full, ground-up collaboration between Steve and I within the timeline of Brunswick Project. It grew out of a (slightly drunken) jam sessions at our weekly meet up. Inspired by “Interlude” by HUGE new group Alt J, we decided to write a two part acapella song of our own.

Steve had an idea kicking around about the Higgs Boson particle, and we pretty much laid down the fundamentals of the song in one pass. It’s a little different than our normal releases, but hopefully you will enjoy the effort we put into choosing some unorthodox harmonies and creating a good ol’ Godly vibe. See ya next week!

Music / Lyrics: Steve Cruickshank, Joel Buxton

Production: Steve Cruickshank

Photography: Kayella Mackenzie

LYRICS

Accelerating Colliding Inside
Accelerating Colliding Inside
Accelerating Colliding Inside
Accelerating Colliding Inside

For the briefest of moments God appeared on our screen
For the briefest of moments God appeared on our screen
For the briefest of moments God appeared on our screen

Though it doesn’t like that name

The funding came through today
Accelerating
The progress we made the progress we made

For the briefest of moments God appeared on our screen
For the briefest of moments God appeared on our screen
For the briefest of moments God appeared on our screen

Built tools to find it and we found the thing
Everyone knows that the science is king
But we didn’t know, we didn’t know
We didn’t know what the particle said

God is in you
God is in you
God is in your head

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About brunswickproject

Every week, Steve Cruickshank and Joel Buxton meet in Joel's shitty kitchen, unplug the fridge, slug whiskey, and create a song. For 52 weeks. Or 'til somebody dies. Check out a new track on Soundcloud every Tuesday. http://www.soundcloud.com/brunswicktunes
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