Invisible Forces

Album: Love Frequency (2014)
  • Centred on a descending, Balearic-tinged keyboard motif, this song is a full-on dancefloor banger. Jamie Reynolds told NME: "We've never worked for 2 1/2 years on a song before. We wrote it on tour and then recorded it, and it was a banger when we played it, but people kept criticizing it. It's about the idea of a love you can't see."
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