Broken Lens

  • The band explained during a Reddit AMA that this song "talks about the way our own selfishness causes us to see the world in a distorted way or with a skewed perspective. We wanted to look at ourselves in a more honest and transparent way."

    They added that is "an overarching theme" of the Wake album as a whole.
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