The Bells! The Bells!!

Album: Shapes of Screams (2014)

Songfacts®:

  • Frontman Stephen Battelle told Kerrang! magazine the song's breakdown "involves the stereoisation of hundreds upon hundreds of my voices singing 'Ding dong ding dong' – in harmony. Each ding and dong is supposed to be conveying the madness in my mind."

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