Castles to Mountains
Castles to Mountains
Johnny Disaster is good with words, looks, frisbee, native americans, and tribal dance grooves. THE STORY OF CASTLES to MOUNTAINS: "A three headed horse called his mother out from the garden to look at what was transpiring in the well. It seems that this pollen mixed with well water created a cloak and then the town barber came by and proclaimed it magical and from then on, no one in the town got a hair cut because they no longer trusted the barber. The priest banished him from the altar and the maids of the inn he stayed at since being evicted for lack of cash would not even change his toilet paper roll so he used his hand.
Then one day he became fed up and packed his things and planned to leave. Just outside of town he came to the house with the well, and he looked down into to it to see that the cloak he saw before was still floating on top of the water in perfect condition. He fished it out and and it was perfectly dry. He put it on and then looked to the sky.
Nothing happened. He walked for miles and strangely never got tired, he eventually met an ugly lady who claimed to be the daughter of an oil man, but the barber realized she was just messin around because she was black. They married and birthed three sons, who for the first part of their lives remained in isolation. Then their father gave them the cloak and they turned into energies that had no means for bodies and only resorted back to their shells after making everyone else feel awkward.
Then they all began talking, walking, and thinking differently. They moved their father's old town and felt out of place with their short hair. No one's hair had been cut since their father left. Feeling isolated again and knowing they needed a lot of energy to conspire with the energy they already had in themselves and the cloak, they chose to dive head first into an active volcano and when they hit they created the sound of CASTLES TO MOUNTAINS!" by Johnny Disaster Read more on Last.fm.
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