Album: Cool Like You (2018)
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  • "Unfaithful" is a tongue-in-cheek poke at a friend of the band. Frontman Tom Ogden told The Sun: "It's got a line saying, 'It's OK I didn't do drugs' which was our friend's way of justifying being unfaithful but we don't want to land him in it as we look out for him."
  • Tom Ogden quotes from the opening line of TS Eliot's The Waste Land when he sings "April is the cruellest month". He explained to the BBC: "I have this quote book at home which I sometimes get inspiration from. I'll just scan it and things will jump out at me."


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