Album: World Record (2011)
  • This was titled after a girl that vocalist Mike Duce grew fond of. He explained to Rock Sound: "We toured with a band in Europe and I had a thing with the bass player. It would never have worked with us both being on tour all the time (and the fact that she had a boyfriend...) but she lead me on and we don't speak anymore. Bug was my nickname for her."

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