• This is the title track of Sub Focus (aka Nick Douwma)'s second album. It's the only song on the set that he penned on his own. He explained to "This began as an intro for the new live show I launched in 2012. I wanted a brand new track to start the show off, and thankfully it worked well and I've used it as an intro ever since."

    "The beginning of the song samples the Halt tape," Douma continued, "which is a famous audio recording of a UFO sighting. It's an incredible recording, and the guy has got a real sense of wonder in his voice. I remember years ago, I think it was Photek who used it in a tune - I was inspired to use it as if someone had spotted the Torus disc. It just fit the track name and the concept so well."
  • The word Torus is used in geometry to describe a ring shaped surface formed by the revolution of a circle around an axis that does not intersect the circle.


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