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  • Alesso started working on this instrumental when he was in Tokyo. He explained to Cuepoint: "I wanted to make a song that kind of described where I am and how much I travel and all of these beautiful places I get to visit. I wanted to make a track dedicated to this incredible journey that I have been fortunate enough to have; meeting people, experiencing different cultures. It's a track that is meant to be listened to when you are on the road, in the car, on the way, or just by yourself. It's a very chilled out record."
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