Happiness

Album: All These Countless Nights (2017)
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  • This is a track from Deaf Havana's fourth album, All These Countless Nights. Kerrang asked vocalist James Veck-Gilodi what inspired the album title. He replied: "It's a line from the song Happiness, and this sounds cheesy and vague but everything I'm writing about on the album is drawn from countless nights that I can barely remember. It just summed up the record really well."
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