Heart's Ease

Album: The Beast In Its Tracks (2013)
  • Ritter told MSN CA: I think that was one where it felt there was a few verses in there that felt high romance. It felt fun. It felt like an old song. To me, that was kind of a whimsical song. I just had fun writing it."

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