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  • This smoky, piano-laced tune was written and recorded by Warpaint in a hired house in the Joshua Tree National Park. Drummer Stella Mozgawa told Spin magazine: "It was an experimental period for us, basically. It was really beneficial for us, because we had been on tour with each other for so long playing the same songs. We were so eager to make something new and figure out what kind of band we were in this environment; not just the physical landscape, but I feel like we explored parts of ourselves individually and collectively that we couldn't have done."

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