Medicine

Songfacts®:

  • Biffy vocalist Simon Neil explained the track's meaning to DIY magazine: "The song's about certain things that you require, or are addicted to, in your life to get through things and it's about trying to break free of those chains."
  • Simon Neil told NME he considers this to be one of the best tunes he's written. He said it was "one of those songs that just landed in my lap."

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