Heaven or Hell

Album: The Way I Fell In (2010)
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Songfacts®:

  • Aaron Marsh from American indie rock band Copeland provides guest vocals on this track. Co-vocalist Jessica Leplon told Artist Direct: "That's a huge honor for us. Copeland is one of our favorite bands. We listen to them all the time in the van when we're driving. The song can be taken anyway. We want to be as relatable as possible but still true to what we'd want it to sound like."
  • This song is a track from The Morning Of's second album, The Way I Fell In, which takes its name from a lyric on this song. Leplon told Artist Direct: "That was one of the lines in Aaron's part. We attached ourselves to that one lyric and it made sense as the name of the album.I joined the band a little later than the rest of the original members, and I didn't know I was going to end up here doing albums and tours with them—probably being home once or twice a year. I guess I fell into it [Laughs]. I didn't know this was going to happen, but it did and I love every minute. It's not easy, but I don't regret it; that's the way I fell in."

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