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  • This contains the most unconventional song structure on Conduit. Bassist Richard Boucher told Alternative Press magazine that it was "definitely the toughest track to write" on the album. He explained: "When we first tried it in rehearsal, it just didn't work. We kept the basis of the song but changed up the rhythms, and it slowly started to come together. It took perseverance, but we finished it."

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