Float Forever

Songfacts®:

  • Peace vocalist Harrison Koisser told NME: "It's the only really dark song on the album. I wrote it late at night on a bridge. Weird."
  • The band were intent on finding the perfect click for this song. Said Koisser: "I will always stand by the clicking sound before the second verse on 'Float Forever.' We spent one complete day with me flicking every switch I could find."

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