Fine For Now

Album: Veckatimest (2009)


  • Co-singer/guitarist Daniel Rossen recalled to Drowned In Sound: "This song has actually stewed for ages and ages. Originally came about while we were sleeping on someone's floor a few years ago in Toronto. The guy we stayed with had a guitar that was tuned really strangely, I think accidentally, and I sat around one morning on his porch and found parts of the song. I played around with it for ages but it didn't work until I sat down with Ed (Droste) upstate and he helped flesh out the melody and lyrics and harmonies."


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