Anxiety's Door

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  • This hard-hitting industrial sprawler is ta track from Tampa, Florida trio Merchandise's Totale Nite EP. It finds frontman Carson Cox singing about the crushing poverty he witnesses in his home city. "It's about the homeless and the streetwalkers that populate that road," he told NME. "It's something our city tries to ignore. I guess I can't help but identify with those people just from walking the same road as them."
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