Disappear

Album: Underworld (2018)
  • This song features PVRIS vocalist Lynn Gunn. Tonight Alive frontwoman Jenna McDougal told Kerrang about the collaboration:

    "When Lynn and I became friends a few years ago, it kinda became clear that we were the first people in each other's lives that could really relate in terms of how we felt about our lifestyles. The song that we ended up writing together ended up following that thread of being hungry for a more anonymous life, and knowing that there are elements to the career path that were on that put us in a position, where we don't value being publicly recognized in the same way that other artists would. It doesn't give us at validation. It's a song about a desire for that escape route!"

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