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Album: Rescue & Restore (2013)

Songfacts®:

  • This progressive rock track features Taylor Brandt on violin, Zachery Veilleux on piano and Grant McFarland on cello. Guitarist and principal songwriter JB Brubaker told The Alternative Press: "It features a classical interlude that happens to be one of my favorite moments on the album. I really like this song because of its complete lack of structure and how it just rambles on."
  • Brubaker said regarding the song's meaning: "Lyrically, this song talks about keeping an open mind and not judging other people who are different from you."

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