Far Cry

  • Jack Garratt told NME this is the most somber and macabre track on Phase. He explained: "It highlights that we're all just people, but instead of celebrating that, it finds a way to negate that."
  • Most of the tracks on Phase were written and produced solely by Garratt. However, American hip-hop producer Anthony Kilhoffer (Kanye West, Rick Ross) helped him at the start of this song, then Garratt took the track away and finished it himself.

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