December's Traditions

Album: Pedestrian Verse (2013)
  • Frontman Scott Hutchison told The Skinny magazine about this minor key tune: "In true minor key fashion, it's about a sad and frustrating time," he explained. "After a few too many 'death marches,' people begin to discover that they can't be together anymore."

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