• Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Four-panel eco wallet including full color artwork, track listing, personal thank you, and CD with content and artwork by the one and only William Spitler.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Where To Run via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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We used to be kings,
with no filth and no scum
we were brighter than violet and sharper than steel
until you came along
And you came like hell.
Oh you ravaged and raged
Against all that we loved, against all that we cherished,
and all that we praised

And I’m through
yeah I’m through
being your slave

We used to be fine,
we were feeling alright
We had people to love, and we loved everyone
every day every night
But I’m holding you close,
so close to my soul
If you think things are fine well you better rewind
cause I think your alone

And I’m through
yeah I’m through
You know I'm through
yeah I'm through
being your slave

In the springtime we sang,
we had more than enough
It was you, it was me, and our God he made three
and we knew we were loved
But after the fall,
well we’re losing our faith
Cause it’s cold and it’s painful
I feel all my chains when I’m trapped in this place

You know I’m through
yeah I’m through
You know I'm through
yeah I'm through
being your slave


from Where To Run, released February 4, 2014
Spencer Smith: Drums
Phil Scheidt: Bass
Zach Wells: Banjo, Electric Guitar, Piano
Sam Burchfield: Vocals, BGVs, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Floor
*Gang Vocals: Aimee Miller, Bradley McKee, McCall Stiles, Sam Burchfield, Kyshona Armstrong



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Sam Burchfield Athens, Georgia

Soulful vocals and folk-influenced lyrics combine with a foundation in southern blues and funk to provide for an exciting and diverse sound from this up-and-coming musician.


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