Brush with the Wild

Album: Last Place (2017)
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  • The Last Place album was influenced by the divorce Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle was going through. This song contrasts natural beauty with a relationship under strain. Lytle told Mojo: "It's almost like going fishing, when a fish is under the water and you get like a little flash. It's tempting to catch that moment in time when your relationship is so wild and beautiful."
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