Love Again

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  • This was one of the last songs that Rae Morris wrote for Unguarded. She told DIY magazine: "I had come out of the other end of the feeling of falling in love for the first time and doing all that. This song is me realizing that it's all a circle, it's all a process. You can go through something and then come out of the other end. This is a real indicator that there's always light at the end of the tunnel and I think it was a bit of a revelation writing it because I don't usually like really positive and uplifting songs, so I was very grateful to have that moment of positivity."
  • The song features a club production, a major change from the sound of Morris' early piano ballad singles. She explained to Digital Spy: "'Love Again' is a very hopeful song. The production just follows the song. If you take the production away, it's got like a house-y piano and rhythm and I wrote that here in London in my flat."

    "It's just a song again, but it's a lot more uplifting and, I think, I myself needed a moment like that. I needed a moment of, 'This is it! This is what I've been looking for. I've been looking really hard for something and this is what it is'!"
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