|Vocals, Guitar, Keys:||Tom May|
|Vocals, Guitar:||Greg Barnett|
|Drums, Percussion:||Joe Godino|
Lost in a picture frame, the way our bodies used to behave / The way they smiled in the moment before they permanently froze / But that was the old me and you, when we were both lookers. / Lost in a picture frame, the way my body used to behave / The way it smiled in the moment before it permanently froze / But that was the old me, I was such a looker in the old days. / You little Kerouac, always running like Dean and Sal / Always waiting on a freight train, always looking for a story to tell / But that was the old you, you were such a looker in the old days. / Yeah we were both lookers. / Sha, la, la, la Jersey girls are always total heartbreakers / Julie from the Wonder Bar I still wonder where you are / Cause I know the old you, and you know the old me. / I was certain that I’d find her, in the back of the diner / In a cloud full of nicotine, in a teenage memory / That I hold till eternity cause the future ain't coming for it. / In a 5” x 8” black and white, on the nightstand of my mind / from a time I hardly recognize.
The Menzingers' eagerly awaited fifth full-length After the Party is available now. The album arrives as the follow-up to the Philadelphia-based band’s widely acclaimed ...