Turn Me Up

Album: Eclipse (2015)
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  • Twin Shadow, aka George Lewis Jr., explained the song's meaning: "I think it's important to let people take what they need from songs instead of explaining too much about what they mean for me personally," he said. "But my friends keep asking, 'Turn me up, what's that mean?' I keep saying, Take more from me. Ask more of me. Give me more back. Stop fighting against the things you want the most."
  • The was the first song to be heard from Twin Shadow's Eclipse album. Lewis was expected to release the long player via 4AD in 2014, but after splitting from the independent label and signing with Warner Bros, fans had to wait until the following year to hear the disc.

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