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  • Radical Face Welcome Home

    4:38

    Directed by: Justin Mitchell







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    Discography
    The Family Tree: The Leaves
    The Bastards
    The Family Tree: The Branches
    Always Gold EP
    The Family Tree: The Roots
    Welcome Home EP
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  • Radical Face - The Mute

    4:47

    This was another video with the friends and family, without any real budget. Thanks again to Rick for letting us take over his house, and to everyone involved for helping on such short notice. As always, I really appreciate it.

    For those wondering: We used a rock as a stunt double for the fish. We did not put a fresh water fish in the ocean.

    Credits:

    The Mute - Myla Hubbard
    The Dad - Rick Colado
    The Mom - Robin Rütenberg

    Written and edited by Ben Cooper
    Concept by Ben and Emeral Cooper
    Footage by Destyn Patera, Mark Hubbard and Laura Bearl
    Costume, clothing and props by Brittany, Diana and Emeral Cooper, and Laura Bearl

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    Radical Face - Holy Branches (Official Video)
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    Tom, the Neighbor, never told Victoria how he truly felt. Instead, he married a woman that “made sense for him” and they had a son. The son could not speak, and Tom did not know how to handle him. He often felt his son's muteness was a punishment for loving another woman. Phillip, The Mute, eventually runs away.

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  • Radical Face - The Missing Road

    4:12

    This song is an actual single, meaning it is not related to anything else. I have started a monthly mailer called Hidden Hollow ( and I am challenging myself to include original, non-album songs in every issue. This will give me a chance to release music freely while I'm finishing my new album, which is fun. Sometimes a one-and-done is really nice.

    This particular track began while experimenting with an open-tuning (DADGAF# ... for all you guitarists). I wrote the chords and melodies over the course of a day, but the words came out a few weeks later, after a read of Robert Frost's The Road Not Taken. Reading it again got me thinking about some of the almosts in my life -- roads I nearly went down but in the end chose another -- but not in a negative way. More in a curious one, I'd say. I wrote the lyrics in one sitting later that day, and sang them immediately after.

    For the cover image, I decided I would paint the first picture that caught my eye on a google image search on Procreate, then I used the time-lapse of it for the video.

    Lyrics:

    Time
    Ticking in the back of my mind
    ‘Cause I know what I’ll find
    If I sit in place
    So I walk
    Never really sure where I’m going
    But it’s better than knowing
    What everyday will be

    I am who I am
    And I know what I know
    But I don’t know my way
    I just go where I go

    But I never could forget your face
    It finds me in my sleep
    And I’d like to tell you about those dreams
    But talk is always cheap
    So I go where I go

    That road is gone
    Now it just lives in this song

    I’ve seen all I’ve seen
    But I sometimes wonder
    If you still think of me

    I never meant to fade away
    It’s just the way I’m made
    I hope if you ever hear my name
    That it doesn’t bring you pain

    And just know that I know
    Yeah, just know that I know
    That those days were gold
    And a heart always holds
    Onto missing roads

  • Radical Face: Welcome Home

    4:38

    directed by: justin mitchell
    track: welcome home
    artist: radical face
    album:ghost
    Label: morr music 2007

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  • Welcome Home, Son

    4:47

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    Welcome Home, Son (Remastered) · Radical Face

    Ghost (Anniversary Edition)

    ℗ Bear Machine

    Released on: 2019-10-18

    Author: Ben Cooper
    Composer: Ben Cooper

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  • Radical Face - Were On Our Way

    4:46

    Music video for We're On Our Way by Radical Face.

    “My friends and I like to do themed, ridiculous parties a couple times a year. This one was prompted by my brother, and the concept evolved from ‘we should have a food fight’ to ‘we should dress as lords and ladies, stay in character for an entire day, and go do games around the city … and then have a food fight.’” … I’m happy that I know enough ridiculous people who will do things like this. It was the best party I’ve ever been to.”

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  • Radical Face - Ghost Towns

    3:54

    From the 2011 album, The Family Tree: The Roots

  • Radical Face on Audiotree Live

    34:21

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    Radical Face has been the moniker of songwriter and vocalist Ben Cooper since 2003. He released his first official record under this name in 2007 and has since traveled the world with a rotating cast of band members helping flesh out iconic indie folk pop jams. Check out the super rad performance by Ben and the gang as Radical Face on Audiotree Live.

    Recorded on February 28, 2020 in Chicago, IL.

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  • Radical Face- Black Eyes

    4:45

    Off Radical Face newest album: The Family Tree: The Roots (Deluxe Version)
    This video is made for promotional purposes only. Buy this album on itunes now!
    It's epic!..
    (Couldn't find this song on youtube so I had to get it up) One of my favs!

  • Radical Face - Rivers in the Dust

    5:57

    Radical Face - Rivers in the Dust (Lyric Video)
    The Family Tree: The Leaves


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    This video was shot by my good friend, Destyn Patera, who filmed it entirely alone on some deserted farmland in South Georgia over the course of two nights. The time lapse shots alone took 4 hours each, and on the second night he was even stalked by what he assumes was a coyote. He never saw more than the eyes shining in the brush, but it was certainly no housecat and kept creeping around the building over the course of an hour. He tried to ignore, but between the animal and the cold, he got out of there soon after. I owe him one. Hahaha

  • Radical Face - Nothing Compares 2 U

    4:13

    A cover of Sinead O'Connor's Nothing Compares 2 U ... originally written by Prince.

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  • Radical Face - Letters Home

    4:12

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    Robert's son, Chase (also mentioned as the older brother in “Mountains”), is writing home from his hospital bed. He was shot in the abdomen and doesn't know if he will pull through. He makes peace with his fate over the course of writing it, but dies soon after.

    To follow Chase, see: Letters Home (Aftermath)

  • Radical Face: Doorways

    3:23

    directed by:Ben Cooper and Mark Hubbard
    Video filmed by Mark Hubbard, Marc Boese and Michael Walter.
    Costumes by Ben, Brittany and Diana Cooper.
    The entire video was made for under $150. All the kids in it are his relatives.. The kids worked for Pizza:)
    track: Doorways
    artist: radical face
    album: touch the sky ep
    Label: shake 2010

  • Radical Face - Sisters - The Bastards: Volume Three Free Download

    3:49

    Sisters by Radical Face
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    The Family Tree: The Branches now available
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    The third Bastards EP is now up on Spotify. These EPs are just the songs that didn't fit on the proper records, but they are still a part of the whole Family Tree project. And the songs aren't throwaways. I'm actually quite happy with them. They just didn't fit the album in terms of pace, or tone.

  • Lana Del Rey - Video Games Cover by Radical Face at Union Chapel, London

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  • Radical Face - Bad Blood

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    Radical Face - Bad Blood (Audio)
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    The Family Tree: The Leaves
    1 Secrets (Cellar Door)
    2 Rivers in the Dust
    3 Everything Costs
    4 Midnight
    5 A Ship in Port
    6 Photograph
    7 Third Family Portrait
    8 The Road to Nowhere
    9 Old Gemini
    10 Bad Blood

  • Radical Face - Welcome Home

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  • Radical Face - Wandering

    3:57

    Radical Face - Wandering
    Not Given Lightly - A Tribute To the Giant Golden Book Of New Zealand`s Alternative Music Scene

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    I fall asleep in a comforting mess
    The room is yellow and the windows the deadest white
    I smell the ghost of your dinner
    And the space heater is glowing like a miniature gate to hell
    I hear the dogs as I dress myself
    Open a letter on the back of a paper plate
    It tells me that I'm gone now
    And I'm sorry if I don't make it back

    Well, I know it's a good life
    Yeah, I know it's a good life
    But I've gotta keep moving
    I was made to keep moving
    And I know it's a long shot
    It was always a long shot
    But I'm trusting my aim now
    Yeah I'm trusting my aim

    And I know it's a good life
    Yeah, I know it's a good life
    But I've gotta keep moving
    I've gotta stay on the move

    I had a dream but I called it a plan
    A stream of hopes that I figured would serve me well
    But then the dream turned sour
    Sometimes your dreams aren't the comfort you want them to be
    Now I'm broke and my luck's run out
    My new acquaintances will never be someone to trust
    My house is now a grave yard
    It's hard to fall asleep with no one watching your back

    Well you've got my name now it's all the same
    It don't mean much but you can have it all
    And I sold my heart for another star
    I had my face burnt I showed it all
    Now the price is a big one

    Well, I had me a good life
    Yeah, I had me a good life
    But I had to keep moving
    Oh I was made to keep moving
    And I know that I messed up
    Yeah, I know that I messed up
    But I still gotta keep moving
    Yeah, I still gotta move

    ?Don't my lies are made up?
    I'm no different and I've
    found all the questions cause I'm bored with the answers
    I'm bored with the answers
    Sure I missed a lot
    And I'm no better off but
    ? to sit behind a line of thing's I've no will for?
    I've gotta keep moving
    I've still gotta move gotta...

    Well, I had me a good life
    But I've gotta keep moving
    Well, I had me a good life
    But I've still gotta keep moving

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  • Radical Face - The Gilded Hand

    6:15

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    The Road to Nowhere.[ ] is the follow-up to The Gilded Hand off the last album. All throughout the Family Tree records, there's a bloodline that causes fantastic and strange mutations to show up in people. Everything from a little girl who walks on water when she sleepwalks, to two brothers who have regular conversations with their dead relatives. But there's a dark side to this. There are other families with these oddities in their bloodline. Oftentimes the kids who show strange behaviors are abandoned or forced out of their homes and wind-up working in the industrial part of the city. The Gilded Hand is the nickname of a man who provides these children work in his factory, but only so he can experiment on them. He's obsessed with tapping into this odd blood and changing the world with it. Many children who go to work for him are never seen again.
    If you've never heard The Gilded Hand, here's a link (
    The Road To Nowhere follows the story of a boy in that same factory who's abilities only show up in his sleep. He often wakes to find messages written on the walls of his cell, written in his own hand. He has no recollection of writing them, but they always come true. Then one morning, he wakes to find dried blood on his hands and the body of The Gilded Hand on the floor. Not of his choosing, he's freed all the children that'd been collected to work there. Many of them start to follow him as a kind of spiritual leader afterwards.

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  • Radical Face - Always Gold

    5:56

    From the 2011 album, The Family Tree: The Roots

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  • Radical Face - Sunlight

    3:53

    I've been working on portrait painting in my spare time for the past few months, and I like listening to calm music when I paint. Lately, it has mostly been lofi hiphop playlists and movie soundtracks. I was having an off day recently and decided I would make a song to distract myself. I gave myself 24 hours to complete it, which is a trick I use if I don't want to overthink things. The music I've been listening to while painting was an obvious influence.

    For the video, I played the instrumental of the track on loop and painted a portrait. Rather than worry about the subject matter matching the lyrics, I wanted to see if I could get the mood across in the facial expression. I got it pretty close, I think.

    And all of these singles are a part of my monthly mailing list where I share all kinds of art and music. It's called The Hidden Hollow, so sign up if any of that sounds interesting. Here's the link:

    Lyrics:

    In a search for the words I filled page after page
    Still not sure what to say

    The knot in my chest is not in my chest
    It's just a trick of the brain

    Could you share a little piece of your sunlight?
    Or carry me off in the cold night?
    I don't really care where I land
    Could you teach me how to walk in the moonlight?
    Or show me how to bury these old knives?
    I'd like to get them out of my hands

    So I'm back at the start to try my new hand
    This all looks the same

    But now I'm further along; I'm not at the start
    Another trick of the brain

    Could you share a little piece of your sunlight?
    Or carry me off in the cold night?
    I don't really care where I land
    Could you teach me how to walk in the moonlight?
    Or show me how to bury these old knives?
    I'd like to get them out of my hands

  • Radical Face - Hard Of Hearing

    3:55

    Written, Directed and Edited by - Ben Cooper (

    Film and Lighting by - Roy Berry (

    Project Management / Make-up and Costumes by - Katie Parisi

    Project Assistance by - Josh Lee and Jeremiah Johnson

    Extras: Katie Parisi, Jeremiah Johnson, Clay Doran, Amber Halford, Sam Trainer, Matt Delatorre, Blythe Scott, Josh Lee, and Britany Golden.

  • Radical Face - Ghost Towns

    3:54

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  • Homesick

    3:44

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    Homesick (Remastered) · Radical Face

    Ghost (Anniversary Edition)

    ℗ Bear Machine

    Released on: 2019-10-18

    Author: Ben Cooper
    Composer: Ben Cooper

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  • Glory

    6:14

    Provided to YouTube by Stem Disintermedia Inc.

    Glory · Radical Face

    Ghost

    ℗ 2018 Bear Machine

    Released on: 2007-03-02

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  • Asleep on a Train

    2:02

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    Asleep on a Train (Remastered) · Radical Face

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    Released on: 2019-10-18

    Author: Ben Cooper
    Composer: Ben Cooper

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  • Radical Face - The Dead Waltz

    5:09

    This video was built from a digital comic by Elisa Bisignano. I loved the style, and told her so after finding it in my inbox, so she worked with some friends to set the images to the actual track and make it into an actual lyric video. Thanks again Elisa and friends for all your work here! It's lovely.

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    Drawings: Elisa Bisignano
    Video Editing: Claudia Milazzo
    Art Crew: Ehm Autoproduzioni

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  • Radical Face - All is Well - The Bastards: Volume One Free Download

    4:06

    All is Well (Goodbye, Goodbye) by Radical Face
    available on The Bastards: Volume One
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    The Bastards: Volume Four is available for free download on Noisetrade -
    New album available 2016

    The Family Tree: The Branches now available
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    These EPs are just the songs that didn't fit on the proper records, but they are still a part of the whole Family Tree project. And the songs aren't throwaways. I'm actually quite happy with them. They just didn't fit the album in terms of pace, or tone.

  • Radical Face - Secrets Official Lyric

    4:49

    Radical Face - Secrets (Cellar Door) (Audio)
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    This track covers two characters in the family tree that, by chance, became neighbors at age ten. The narrator is a young girl from the family line of Abigail, from The Dead Waltz, and she discovered at a young age that she could bring animals back from the dead. She never had friends and was always the odd girl until moving next door to Kyle. She eventually decides to share her secret with him after the neighborhood mutt dies. She brings him back to life in her secret hiding place, then shows Kyle. She fears rejection, but to her surprise, he isn't upset by it at all.

    Kyle's father is the narrator of the song The Crooked Kind ( and his grandfather is the narrator of the song Kin ( Like the rest of his family line, he can hear his dead relatives all around the house he lives in. But Kyle's mutation has gone a step further and he can see them, and if holding someone's hand, they can see them as well.

    So this track is about them sharing their secrets, that they both interact with the dead.

  • Radical Face - The Crooked Kind

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    Narrated by Frederick, the son of Virgil from “Kin”. Like his father and little brother, he regularly hears his dead relatives. He is embarrassed by his family and their strangeness. He struggles to appear normal and hides his relation to them. But as he grows and sees how much better his little brother handles the same problems, he comes to terms with it.


    To follow Frederick's line, see: Secrets (cellar door)

    Secrets (Cellar Door) covers two characters in the family tree that, by chance, became neighbors at age ten. The narrator is a young girl from the family line of Abigail, from The Dead Waltz, and she discovered at a young age that she could bring animals back from the dead. She never had friends and was always the odd girl until moving next door to Kyle. She eventually decides to share her secret with him after the neighborhood mutt dies. She brings him back to life in her secret hiding place, then shows Kyle. She fears rejection, but to her surprise, he isn't upset by it at all.

    Kyle's father is the narrator of the song The Crooked Kind ( and his grandfather is the narrator of the song Kin ( Like the rest of his family line, he can hear his dead relatives all around the house he lives in. But Kyle's mutation has gone a step further and he can see them, and if holding someone's hand, they can see them as well.

  • Radical Face - Ghost Towns

    3:46

    When playing live, I often don't have anywhere near the instruments available that I use on records, so I wind up writing new versions of most songs. This is how I arranged Ghost Towns for just singing and guitar. The audio is from the camera, so it isn't the best, but it's decent enough.

  • Radical Face - Reveries

    3:28

    Whenever I am working on a new record, I always write songs that I like, but don't work for the larger concept. Something about the mood, the lyrics, or the production make them an odd fit. In the past, I would stop working on those songs once I recognized this, or I'd finish them up and they'd just sit on a hard drive somewhere. I've decided while working on Into The Woods to release them as singles along the way instead.

    Reveries is the first of these. There are already others.

    And as for the track itself, it covers a similar theme, I guess. It's about people that don't quite fit together anymore, but there's no anger or resentment in it. It's a drifting apart, not a breakup. And while you still care about each other in your ways, it's time to move on, and neither party owes the other anything.

    Lyrics:

    Light spills in through the window
    And I watch the dust as drifts through the sunbeams
    All while you stand cold in the kitchen
    And all you've been wanting collects in the space behind your eyes
    But I still wonder where my teeth went
    I used to fear nothing
    But now I just contemplate ...
    The light spills in through the window
    And you watch the clouds in the distance
    And know we're out of time

    You don't owe me
    You don't me a thing
    I have always been lost; It's a comfortable place
    I don't owe you
    I don't owe you a thing
    You were always just something that I could never save

    Time stops and all my old nightmares are standing before me
    I wonder how they ever did their jobs
    And I lay on the carpet and sift through my reveries
    Try on the ones that still bite
    Sometimes I wonder where you are now
    And if you ever found some happiness,
    Or just another way to kill the time
    But I knew when this started that
    I was never permanent
    I was just another stop along the line

    You don't owe me
    You don't me a thing
    I have always been lost; It's a comfortable place
    I don't owe you
    I don't owe you a thing
    You were always just something that I could never save

  • Radical Face - Alway Gold

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  • Wrapped In Piano Strings - Radical face

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    Wrapped In Piano Strings

  • Radical Face - Ghost Town || lyrics

    3:54

    Please read the discription!!! (」゜ロ゜)」

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    If you enjoy his music: please feel free to buy his tracks or to visit atleast his YouTube Channel!



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    I just add the lyrics, nothing more.

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    The lyrics:

    I've got no need for open roads
    'Cause all I own fits on my back
    I see the world from rusted trains
    And always know I won't be back

    'Cause all my life is wrapped up in today
    No past or future here
    If I find my name's no good
    I just fall out of line


    But I miss you
    But there's no comin' home
    There's no comin' home
    With a name like mine
    I still think of you
    But everyone knows
    Yeah everyone knows
    If you can, let it go

    I seen more places than I can name
    And over time they all start to look the same
    But it ain't that truth we chase
    No, it's the promise of a better place

    But all this time, I been chasin' down a lie
    And I know it for what it is
    But it beats the alternatives
    So I'll take the lie

    I still miss you
    There's no goin' home
    There's no goin' home
    With a name like mine
    I still dream of you
    But everyone knows
    Yeah everyone knows
    If you can, let it go


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    Thank you for listening and have a nice day!

  • Radical Face Midnight Official Lyric

    3:10

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    When thinking of a way to do a video for this track, I knew I couldn't film it. The subject was a bit too fantastic to pull of well without a budget beyond things I ever do. So in thinking of another approach, I kept imagining 80s American public broadcasting shows, where they'd have a narrator telling a story and everything was not-quite-animated -- just drawings that would fade between each other. I asked my friend Laura Bearl, who's always done cool illustrations and short-form comics, to direct and illustrate the video, and then my niece, Ozni Foxglove, to paint it. They nailed it. It feels exactly like those old shows to me, and I'm really happy with the result.

  • Radical Face - Always Gold Official Video

    6:21

    For this video, I wrote a treatment that followed the song's story. It follows a couple of brothers, and is from the point of view of the one who's always around to clean up the other's messes and get him out of trouble. My friend, Brian, was kind enough to both play my brother in the video and let us use his house (taking it apart in the process). We made the whole thing for under 50 bucks since we already owned most of the necessary props. We also learned the dangers of sketchy moonshine.

    Footage by: Michael Walter and Mark Hubbard
    Actors (?): Ben Cooper and Brian Guiry
    Production and Set Design: Emeral Cooper and Brittany Cooper
    Edited by: Ben Cooper

  • Radical Face - Doorways

    3:06

    Here's the second in this stay home series. The original Doorways was written for three pianos and strings, so getting it down to guitar and viol that Josh and I could play live required a bit of a rewrite. It's a pretty similar process for building new versions of songs for tour, but some are trickier than others to pair down. This one was stubborn and took a few drafts to figure out.

    I also figured since making things entirely at home is our reality, I might as well get a good camera. I've always made all my records at home, so no real changes there, but I usually hire people to do video work with me, as they would have both the equipment and the knowledge. Well, since we're all staying in place, it's time I acquired those. I've spent the past week learning how to shoot a lot better, both video and photo, and it's been fun! I'm gonna punch up more detailed thoughts for my website after this. And I have my first 4k video now, which is pretty neat.

    And lastly, I am also using these acoustic videos as a challenge to get back into drawing. I drew all the time growing up, originally wanting to be an illustrator. I later shelved that for writing, thinking I'd be a novelist. Music was the third thing I really made a go at, only starting to take it seriously in my early twenties. I still really enjoy the other art forms, but often can't find the time for them. But nowadays, I've got nothing but time. So I'm getting back into them and remembering why I enjoyed them so much.

    But with all of that going on, and me fumbling through a lot of things at once, this took a lot longer than expected. I will be quicker for the next one.

    Lyrics:

    When I was just a boy, still owl-eyed
    I liked to drink the rain, to taste the sky
    I tried to count the stars while in my bed
    To keep the thoughts of monsters from my head
    And I believed the stars were wishes
    I believed the world was good
    I believed things hid in the dark
    And that all would turn out just how it should
    I believed in all your stories
    I believed you'd never lie
    I believed if I could climb the trees behind the house,
    I'd touch the sky

    And I believed the skies were doorways home

  • Radical Face - Ode To My Family

    4:34

    A cover of The Cranberries Ode To My Family.

    R.I.P. Dolores.

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  • Radical Face - Doubt

    3:57

    This video was a pain to make. I wanted to do everything in camera, only using software to cross-fading the clips. So no post was added -- not even basics like color-correction. I learned the hard way that sitting that still for 30 to 45 minutes at a time is way more difficult than it sounds. But I find it pretty funny that the most physically demanding video I've ever made involved not moving.

    Thanks again to Jeremiah and Roy in the shooting of this. It was a long week.

    From the Therapy EP

    Directed and Edited By: Ben Cooper (

    Filmed By: Roy Berry (

    Lighting By: Roy Berry and Jeremiah Johnson

    Make-Up By: Katie Parisi

    Production Management: Jeremiah Johnson

  • Radical Face - Always Gold

    5:05

    presents Radical Face performing Always Gold live in the KEXP studio. Recorded October 21, 2013.

    Host: Cheryl Waters
    Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs
    Cameras: Jim Beckmann, Luke Knecht & Justin Wilmore
    Editor: Justin Wilmore


  • Radical Face - Third Family Portrait

    3:45

    Radical Face - Third Family Portrait (Audio)
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    The Family Tree: The Leaves
    1 Secrets (Cellar Door)
    2 Rivers in the Dust
    3 Everything Costs
    4 Midnight
    5 A Ship in Port
    6 Photograph
    7 Third Family Portrait
    8 The Road to Nowhere
    9 Old Gemini
    10 Bad Blood

  • Radical Face | Rivers in the Dust

    5:46

  • radical face - reveries

    3:52

    shortly after arriving at the gothic theatre in englewood, radical face brings a stool out to perform a stripped down version of his latest single, reveries ! a special thanks to joshua lee (the human mic stand) !

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    shot and edited by cole mitchek

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    if you want to perform some 'smallsongs' or know someone that does, email me at smallsongworld@gmail.com

  • Radical Face - Dead Ends

    3:59

    While recording this EP, I made two versions of every song as a kind of experiment. The first versions were more produced, and these second versions were more acoustic. Or another way to think of it -- the first style was just making a record, and this second style is how I arrange for live shows. I'd never recorded the two methods side-by-side before, and I always see EPs and short form releases as a place to experiment and try different ideas on, so that's where the Alternate Reality Versions of these tracks stemmed from.

    Lyrics:

    Hello, hope, it's been a while
    I thought I was damned to watch life through my hands
    Now I'm not in the place I thought I'd be
    Makes looking back a whole lot simpler

    I thought that I could be the difference
    I thought I could outsmart all the pain
    But like life advice that's scrawled across a bathroom stall
    It wasted everyone's time

    So now I'm saying goodbye
    And I'm learning to fend for myself
    Now, we started playing with fire
    Believing that it would just keep us warm
    Well, there's no need to run
    When you're traveling down the wrong road
    No, yeah … There's no need to run
    When you're traveling down the wrong road

    Can't see the forest for the trees
    Heard it plenty of times, but now I know what it means
    If you hold too tight you're bound to lose
    The very things you've decided are precious

    Now I've learned I'm not so special
    No need to carry all that weight
    You don't have to ask if you're allowed to fall apart
    So now I just say:

    There ain't no fixing this, but I like that you tried
    Sometimes the hardest part is being right
    There ain't no helping me, but I like that you lied
    Sometimes it's worth the burn marks to feel the light

    And I don't wanna know why
    I just want to know how to move on now
    The past is buried in time
    And the future's an anxious invention
    Oh, and you never arrive
    Unless you accept your dead ends
    Yeah, you will never arrive
    Unless you make peace with your dead ends

  • Radical Face - Ghost Towns Tutorial

    14:02

    This is the acoustic tutorial for Ghost Towns. I recorded this a little after waking up, so I may be a bit hard to understand. But I think you can at least get the chords and general patterns out of this.

    More tutorials coming soon.

    The Bastards: Volume Four is available for free download on Noisetrade -
    New album available 2016

  • Radical Face - Leaving The Ground

    2:18

    Missing Film is a selection of instrumental music I've written and recorded over the past two years. These tracks range from film and TV commissions that didn't pan out, to one-off experiments that have no home. Instead of letting these just sit idly on harddrives, I thought I would make these tracks available to film makers to use, royalty-free, in any of their personal work. So as long as it's non-commercial, you can use any of these tracks for your work and do not need my explicit permission.

    The entire album is a free download, and Noisetrade has been kind enough to host for me. So if you want to download for your projects, or you'd just like to listen, here's the link:



    And if you're happy with your result, feel free to share what you make with me by sending an email through my website. I'd love to see what people do with this.

    This is also the first volume in a series, so I will be putting out a Missing Film: Volume 2 sometime in the future.

  • Radical Face - Severus and Stone

    4:29

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  • Haunted

    4:45

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    Haunted · Radical Face

    Ghost

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    Released on: 2007-03-02

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