Album: Antidotes (2008)
  • Keyboardist Edwin Congreave explained to State magazine how this track was expanded after sessions with electronic musician Kieran Hebden (aka Four Tet): "A lot of us are more comfortable with, I wouldn't call it experimental music but we're all into Prog music basically. We prefer making Pop music as it's more of a challenge but the sessions (with Kieran Hebden) were more an exploration of what we want to do. One of which was album track 'Tron' which was very much Kieran's own thing. He took away a lot of the parts of the song and just built this massive... I guess you call it a club anthem! It's kind of directly opposed to a lot of dance music."
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