Until the Next Time

Album: 11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory (2017)
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  • The closing track of 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory, this was the easiest song to write for the record. Drummer Matt Kelly explained to HMV.com:

    "The basic vocal melody and 'vibe' of the song took about fifteen minutes to come about. We talked about a fun 'closer' type song, maybe something everybody could sing, like the Faces or the Kinks. A couple chords were strummed, pen hit paper, and a basic outline came together."
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