Glorious

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  • This was the last song that Foxes wrote for her debut album. She told Coup de Main magazine why she chose to name the LP after the tune. "It sums up the whole album in a sense of that the song is definitely about not giving up and feeling thankful for what you have and seeing how glorious the world can be," Foxes explained. "I felt like at the time it said a lot about what I had been through in making this album and the fact that it's finally [coming] out."
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