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Album: Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song (2013)


  • This high-tempo song is a deceptively lighthearted take on the modern world. "When I wrote that I was thinking about how humanity has the capacity to jump too quickly these days to conclusions, opinions and accusations," Lee told The Daily Telegraph. "The public sphere is like a whirlwind, a tornado that sweeps up things. The immediacy of condemnation is very dangerous. We do not give proper thought to the nuance of a situation."


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