Back in the Tall Grass

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  • The song finds frontman Samuel T Herring recalling walks home from school. "It's reminiscing on the times I'd lose my brother on the way, and then feeling that same emotion upon losing touch with someone later in life," he explained to Uncut. "And about how those early feelings of childhood may seen foreign to us as adults. Alive with curiosity and possibility, and at the same time experiencing fear in the face of loss and unknowing."
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