Conveyor by LICE published on 2020-01-10T19:07:05Z 'Conveyor' written and performed by LICE. Recorded by Alex Greaves at The Nave Studios, Leeds. Mixed by Ky Witney. Mastered by Pete Maher. Released on Settled Law Records. Artwork by Patrick Savile. Lyrics: "As we wander through this Wasteland - beset on each side by cruel cynicism, bias and self-destructive desire - you’d think there would be more of interest in the artistic world, but for the warm-milk mewlings of love and protest songs. Consider this job: vying for the insignificant love of a baying rabble unable to follow a train of thought, forcing one to repeat oneself so that useful information’s withheld, as if these mores were designed to this end…. So, the first of our portraits is of me: a conveyor of the R.D.C.’s secret endeavours to make the human race wipe itself out. By their design, this class of musicians drop like flies, after years of pandering to you wears them down into shuddering, neurotic, barely-alives. But I don’t ingratiate myself to ye, and so I receive carte-blanche, attacking any sect of humanity I want as I dash across the wasting plains, as I scream into children's faces, as I deliver the news (with grace) of what ails our people."