Count It Up

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  • This pop song built on a sleek synth motif finds the Brewis brothers detailing the advantages middle-class white guys have. David Brewis explained to Mojo: "Count It Up is partly about a mistake we all make all the time, where you give yourself more credit than you deserve, for what's essentially an array of circumstances."
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