Let Your Love Grow Tall

Album: Manners (2009)
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  • Jeff Apruzzese (bass/synth bass) told The Aquarian that this is his favorite track on Manners. He explained: "It has like all the great elements in it. I think it sounds a lot different than all the other songs we have and when I started hearing it I just like envisioned us playing that song. And like we could just hear the crowd singing that line, 'let your love grow tall,' back with us and it just feels like an anthem in way."

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