Yeah, she said that she’d fucking kill him
if he fucking, fucking did himself in,
and she called up her Mom and her Sis.
Can’t believe nearly any of this.
We took Martin Luther King.
Racing back to your house in the rain.
He screwed shut the windows and doors.
Slashed his wrists and bled out on the floor.
Yeah, this ain’t my first rodeo.
I’ve seen some drama but nothing like this before.
Me oh my, how’d we get to the heart of the pain.
Love and laughter turns to stress and to strain
And your son, golden one, sleeping upstairs.
A date like this, just no way to prepare.
Now there’s love, there’s lust, and there’s pain.
There’s hope, and there’s trust, and there’s friends.
Who am I to you right now?
Maybe this summer gonna swing by your house.
from The Final Photograph,
released April 7, 2016
Shane de Leon - writer, vocals, guitar
Jeanne Kennedy Crosby - vocals, bass
Andy Brown - production, vocals, keyboards, drums
Jessica Lurie - alto saxophone
The band formed in 2004 and have performed over 750 shows in 12 countries and 40 states. Miss Massive Snowflake is lead by Shane de Leon and they play charismatic pop songs, electric observant narratives, and moody soundscapes.