London Lights

Album: Better Weather (2016)
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  • Vocalist Jayden Seeley explained the song's meaning to Kerrang!: "It's a story of a girl that broke my heart, but at the same time I broke her heart. The line: 'I still miss your mother, your sister and brother. But it doesn't really matter to me now,' has definitely choked me up in the past."
  • The song's subject matter of heartache means this is the hardest With Confidence track for Seeley to play. He explained: "When playing live I think it's really important to get into the headspace you were in when you wrote the song, so I'll always try to step back into what I was feeling, and really mean what I'm singing."


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