Blindspot

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  • A blindspot is something just outside of your field of vision, so even though it's there, you can't see it. "hat song is based on the title," Comeback Kid lead singer Andrew Neufeld said in a Songfacts interview. "Those times when you're looking so hard for something and it's probably even right there in front of you but you can't really see it because there's something getting in the way of your perception, of what's really going on there. It's about trying to look at things from another perspective."
  • Musically, this was inspired by Black Flag, one of Comeback Kid's hardcore forebears.
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