Circuits of Fever

Album: Common Existence (2009)

Songfacts®:

  • Keyboardist Andrew Everding told Caught in the Crossfire that this is his favorite track on Common Existence. He explained: "It has more to do with the process of writing and recording it than any actual literal meaning. It just hits me in the stomach when I hear it, every time."
  • The American novelist David Foster Wallace was an inspiration for this song.

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