Here, Sam Fender sings of growing up and cheating death.
In the first verse, Fender talks about "sick kid paradigm." The North Shields singer-songwriter suffers from a compromised immune system, which reduces the ability of his body to fight against infection. His immune system issue sometimes affects his touring, and he's canceled shows because of various infections, laryngitis, and tonsillitis.
Fender speaks of his depression in the second verse. He's open about having suicidal thoughts during some of his darkest moments, which he touches on in "Dead Boys
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The chorus is a call to arms where Fender declares he's ready to put the world to rights.