Dreamember

  • This song was inspired by frontman Sam McTrusty's frustration at being unable to remember dreams. "I always think I'm missing out on some part of my imagination that could be the key to me being the next greatest mind on the earth," he revealed to Kerrang!, before lamenting, "but sadly I will never know and therefore remain a moron."

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