Bad Side Of 25

Album: Soul Punk (Deluxe Version) (2011)

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  • During the penning of Soul Punk, Stump had to deal with the deaths of both his uncle and his friend and potential collaborator T-Bone Wolk. He told MTV News this song about getting older is one of several on the album in which his writing, "took on a more cathartic thing," as he dealt with the tragedies.

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