Album: Safe In Sound (2017)
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  • Lower Than Atlantis lean on their pop side for this song about monetary worries. Frontman Mike Duce told HMV.com it took a long time to get the track right. He said:

    "It's this weird Pink Floyd mixed with The Police type song, the basis of the song was quite easy, but getting the production right took ages and we kept going back and forth. Me and (producer) Dan Lancaster argued a lot about that song, but it came out great in the end."
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