The Universe Alone

Album: Paper Gods (2015)
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  • Paper Gods concludes with this symphonic and cinematic end-of-the-world track. Co-producer, Mr. Hudson told that the song is "about oblivion and death," before adding, "I wanted to make it sound like the end of the universe, the opposite of the Big Bang: burning impossibly hot and crunching, and then just disappearing into singularity."
  • The song concludes with the angelic Voce Chamber Choir and the London Youth Chamber Choir welcoming the listener to the after-world.


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