all songs written, performed, and recorded by Adam Stutsman
Fun: All Day (tracks 1-10)
ukulele, bass guitar, melodica, thumb harp, stylophone, glockenspiel, cookie tin, plastic tub, triangle, shakers, other assorted percussion, programming, and voice by Adam Stutsman
Fun: All Night (tracks 11-20)
synths, programming, stylophone, and voice by Adam Stutsman
all samples (children playing, waves, pinball bar sounds, and carnival sounds) recorded live by Adam Stutsman; there are no pre-made loops or samples on this album.
mixing by Adam Stutsman
mastering by Nick Stutsman and Adam Stutsman
album artwork by Chloë Malmquist
This album of pop music has been a labor of love, impossible to create without the help, encouragement, and general existence of the people in my life.
Special thanks to: Nick for an infinite supply of encouragement, for laughing at all the dumb jokes I put in these songs, and helping me master it so it can really, truly sound like it did in my head. Josh for also having an infinite supply of encouragement, for also laughing at the dumb jokes I put in these songs, and for legendary couch conversations. You both inspire me more than I could say. Mom, thanks for supporting any endeavor I take on, even when you don't understand why, and loving me endlessly through it all. Chloë, there's really no way to thank you enough for the way you believe in me, support me, and inspire me. Your artwork for these albums make the songs sound better, but beyond that, the art you make in every capacity always leaves me amazed. Your talent seems to know no bounds, and the same goes with the love you overflow. You're a light the world needs, and you've made my life so much better by being in it. I am so thankful to know you like I do.
Thank you to every artist on the Blurescent compilation, and especially to Eric McClanahan -- for the opportunity to release music alongside some incredible artists, for the support from afar, and of course, for the friendship.
Thank you to the friends I see every day that I don't dare begin to name as to not forget anyone. My roommates, friends near and far, coworkers-turned-friends, and the people who inspired bits and pieces of these songs.
And finally, thank you to the one reading this. If I've had even one simple conversation with you over the past few years, this album couldn't have happened without you. I mean it. I can't name all of you individually, but know that if you're reading this thinking "I wonder if he means me?" I do mean you. Especially you, actually. Every time you listen to a song, come to a beach show, or tell me that you liked a song or you're looking forward to what's next, it means everything to me. Thank you.
I hope you like this big double-album mess I made. It was fun.