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  • Parachute frontman Will Anderson told Radio.com that this track from the band's Overnight album came to him out of nowhere. "I was almost a vessel by which it could come out into the world," he confessed. "I didn't know if I was going to get any for this record but that was the first one of many. That was the first song that I wrote that I was like, 'I can still do this.' You never know. Sometimes you're like, 'I wonder if it's going to go away at some point' but that one was one where I said, 'OK, we're going to be fine.'"
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