Death of Me

Album: Never Land (2014)

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  • Mineo told The Boombox he believes this cut will especially resonate with listeners as he shows my vulnerability. "It's me just relating the struggles and failures," he said. "People just relate to struggles and failures because we all face them. People are way more likely to identify with my failures than my successes."

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