Love Frequency

Album: Love Frequency (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • The Klaxons close their Love Frequency album with the title track, one of a number of spiritual musings that can be found on the set. James Reynolds told NME: "I was deep in this psychedelic world, listening to meditative music, and thinking about love as a concept."
  • Asked by HMV.com why they titled the album after this track, Jamie Reynolds replied, "It was the second song written for the record and it reflects the fact that there are a lot of love songs on the album, it really suits the album's curve."

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