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Album: O Shudder (2015)
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  • Frontman Duncan Wallis: "The lyrics came as a reaction to failing very miserably at a job interview. It was a council job at a local arts centre. I thought personal experience would account for something, but it really didn't, so the melodramatic tone of the words reflect a) how very assuming I was; and, b) how very unsuitable for the job I was in the first place."

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