Album: Violence & Destruction (2014)
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  • Frontman Mikey Carvajal told Rock Sound magazine the story of the song: "My mom had a dream one night while we were on tour and called to tell me about it," he explained. "She said the band was singing a new song and that as soon as she woke up she wrote all of the lyrics down."

    "I asked her to send me the lyrics and a voice message of the pattern I was singing it in the dream," Carvajal continued. "She did so (it was hilarious hearing her do this, I may still have those recordings somewhere haha). I took what she had from the dream and just added a few things to it."
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