Album: Hellucination (2019)
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  • Despite its title this electronic rock track from Betty Moon's ninth solo album is actually about "not running away and facing tough life situations." She told "I think it's very relatable, and each listener will take it their own way. The song almost didn't make the album, as it was up against over 20 tracks total. As a creative it was really tough to trim it down and just go with the ones that fit best."
  • This was the third single from Moon's Hellucination album, following "Save My Soul" and "Crazy (What You Make Me)."
  • On the album's concept, Moon explained: "Hellucination is a deeply personal album with some very meaningful and relatable topics I've been really looking to address. Although I want the listener to make the lyrics and topics their own, I think we can all agree that life sometimes feels like a hallucination of sorts and it's really up to us to make it something positive. There's a lot of negativity out there and hopefully these songs can take us a step further in the right direction."


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