The Film Did Not Go Round

  • "The Film Did Not Go Round" was written by New York City Indie musician Greg Peterson. It sketches out in a few vulnerably rendered words the parting of lovers at an airport or maybe at the end of their lives. Nada Surf lead singer Matthew Caws explained that it was a "kind of a bluegrass song that I made spookier."
  • New York vocalist Lianne Smith swapped harmonies with Caws on this song.
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