December Morning

from by Provision



December Morning was written while I was living in Austin, Texas in 2000. It was one of the demos I gave Leslie when she was driving up to see me, that convinced her we should start a new band.

It was originally rumored that I wrote this song about my ex-fiance but the song is actually a fictional story I wrote for myself as a Christmas present in 2000.

This song is about a lover who cheats, and then asks forgiveness only to believe that forgiveness has been given.
Instead though, the cheating lover is dumped on Christmas Day in the ultimate form of retribution for infidelity.

From the minute I completed this first demo of this song, I knew it would be the perfect ending to our debut album Evaporate.
It was always our closing song in our live sets from our debut show in 2001 to late 2004 when it was replaced by Flood of Emotion.
It was remixed in 2009, and is sometimes the current closer in our new live shows.

Breye K. / Provision

-Synths and Drum Machines used
on December Morning-
Oberheim OBXa, Arp Solina, Minimoog, Alesis D4, Akai XR-10, Yamaha Cs1x, Yamaha Cs2x


December Morning

The taste of flesh, on the lips of vengeance.
You’re heartless soul. Without repentance.
The smell of skin, on desire and lust.
Understanding now, there is no trust.

We slip into decline. Can you see inside my mind? I knew there’d be no warning. This December Morning. This is now my time. I’m leaving you behind.
Another day is dawning. This December morning.

Turn the lights down low, let the candles melt.
You have no one to blame, except yourself.
From me you’ll feel, no more compassion.
Nothing here, can change what’s happened.


from Innocence, released March 29, 2002
Musik & Words 12-25-00
By: Breye Kiser for Provision Musik

Recorded and Produced at Red Square Digital
by Breye Kiser & Leslie Hyman
Mastered by Red Flag at Der Galf Labs.



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Provision Houston, Texas

Provision is an Electronic Duo, from Houston, Texas.

In drawing comparisons to Code 64, Red Flag, Seabound, Camouflage, Imperative Reaction, Anything Box, Information Society, & New Order, just to name a few; Breye 7x began using the term “Darkpop” to describe Provision’s unique style of Edgy Synthpop, Futurepop, Synthwave, and Electronic Dance.

Provision is Breye ‘7x’ Kiser & Ian Sol Kiser.
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