Album: Option Paralysis (2010)


  • On this the six and-a-half-minute epic, the band are joined by veteran David Bowie collaborator Mike Garson, a jazz pianist whose name was made through his contributions to the Thin White Duke's 's Aladdin Sane. The song incorporates piano-trio jazz and tender balladry with lyrics that find vocalist Greg Puciato for once writing about a relationship without resorting to bitterness. Bassist Liam Wilson commented to The Associated Press: "This song is another good example of us trying to bring the glass ceiling down to floor-level. Calling it 'epic' is an understatement. Anything the band had dared to do on previous releases set us up in every way to go big or go home on this track."


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