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  • Lacuna is largely based on memories of Brixton, where Childhood co-founders Ben Romans-Hopcraft and Leo Dobsen both grew up. This song is a biting critique of the South London district. "Most of the record is about growing up in South London," Romans-Hopcraft told NME. "It's about me thinking that everything's dandy [here], but [realising] it's actually not and coming to terms with that."

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