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Roxy Green ‘6 Months’ : With withering dedication to a love that is more than just a glance and a smile.

Roxy Green

“Throughout the year of 2018 my dad retired early,” said Liv Brazil (Roxy Green) moved to the remote Los Angeles locale of Shadow Hills, and lost his driver’s license due to complications from early-onset Alzheimers disease. Many of the things he found pleasure in disappeared or were no longer available to him. This was my attempt to recreate and document that time in his life.”

A son’s way of expressing the love for a father. That’s where Roxy Green’s ‘6 Months’ is about. And as it plays, you can hear the creaks and doubts of a son, searching for answers, for questions that was thought to be answered.

They can never be answered. Liv knows this. Liv accepts this. But can he? Has he?

With withering dedication to a love that is more than just a glance and a smile, the lost days and months of a changed man, glistens in the mind of a son – still searching – still hoping.

Roxy Green is Liv Brazill on vocals and guitars, with John Rezende-Shalom on drums.

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