Double Yellow Lines

Album: Which Bitch? (2009)
  • Kieren Webster (vocals/bass) was challenged by his songwriting partner, Kyle Falconer (vocals/guitar) to write a song in one night and he came up with this sing-a-long tune about having to drunkenly find your way home, following road lines.
  • The record company wanted to get rid of this song, but the band liked it and successfully fought to include it on Which Bitch?, as its "really poppy."
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