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Home – Walk off the Earth + Street Pharmacy

WOTE’s new EP “REVO” available here: smarturl.it “Home” Mp3 available here: bit.ly WOTE merch available here: bit.ly WOTE TOUR DATES AND TICKET LINKS: January 17 — Detroit, MI goo.gl March 20 — Vienna, AT goo.gl March 21 — Budapest, HU goo.gl March 22 — Munich, DE goo.gl March 23 — Zurich, CH goo.gl March 24 — Saarbrucken, DE goo.gl March 26 — Hamburg, DE goo.gl March 27 — Muenster, DE goo.gl March 28 — Leipzig, DE goo.gl March 29 — Berlin, DE goo.gl March 30 — Amsterdam, NL goo.gl March 31 — Antwerp, BE goo.gl April 2 — Paris, FR goo.gl April 3 — Nottingham, GB goo.gl April 4 — Newcastle, GB goo.gl April 5 — Dublin, IE goo.gl April 6 — London, GB goo.gl April 7 — Cologne, DE goo.gl Ryan Guay of Street Pharmacy and Gianni Luminati of Walk off the Earth perform a cover of the Mumford and Sons song “Home”. Special Thanks to Benjamin Burns @ Woodnote Productions for filming this video. Video edited and directed by G.Luminati Produced by G. Luminati and Ryan Guay Voice-over work at the end by Jason Simpson! Please help us by hitting the ‘Like’ button and adding this video to your favorites. The reason for this is it helps us get on the YouTube charts. That make more people find out about us…and that makes us a bit horny! Thanks Homies! Love ya. Lyrics and Chords: D min Bb maj F maj I ran away in floods of shame F maj C maj I’ll never tell how close I came D min Bb maj F maj As I crossed the hollow road D min Bb maj F maj Well you went left and I went right

Austin Hay is still in high school, but he’s building his own house. It’s only 130 square feet, but it makes him a homeowner without a mortgage at just 16 years old. Right now, it’s parked in his parents’ backyard, but he’s built it on wheels so he plans to take it to college and then wherever he goes after he graduates. He’s been sleeping in his tiny home for a few months now and he’s already decided not to return to big (his parents’ home is 1800 square feet). “Living small means less bills, living big means more bills,” he explained from the tiny stoop of his new home. “I don’t want to pay big bills”. Hay’s 130-square-foot home may make him the youngest member of the growing Small House Movement. Hay expects to spend about 000 building his home (the used trailer cost him 00) and he’s paying for it working two summer jobs (at a camp and at a park snack bar). He’s cut his costs in half (the home’s estimated DIY price is 000) though this is a considerable discount from the home’s estimated price of 000 because Hay has scavenged everything from doors, windows and flooring to the kitchen sink (the hardwood floors were at a salvage yard and so was the stainless steel sink). For more info & links, original story here: faircompanies.com

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