Drip

Album: World Of Joy (2014)
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  • This song is based on guitarist Ian Nygaard's tendency to get checked into hospital. "There's been many injuries on tour and it usually involves Ian," vocalist Jordan Gatesmith explained to NME. "He usually just get sick, but not like normal sick. He'll get shingles or a crazy mark around his neck and it will be a life or death situation."

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