We All Get Lonely

Album: Revolve (2015)
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  • This is the closing track of John Newman's second album, Revolve. He told HMV.com about the record: "The first album goes from positive to negative and this one starts negative and goes back to positive. It's all about meeting this girl in Los Angeles, she used to suffer from sleep paralysis and so there were a lot of sleepless nights and it's about how we came through that. As it turned out we didn't last that long, but I got a record out of it."
  • This was one of four Revolve tracks produced by Jack Splash. In 2008 Splash won a Grammy for Best R&B Album for Jennifer Hudson's self-titled record. The Los Angeles songwriter and producer also has credits for the likes of Alicia Keys ("Teenage Love Affair"), Cee-Lo Green ("Fool For You") and Pixie Lott ("Nasty").


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