Afterglow

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  • Frontman Gustav Wood came up with this as a vocal idea but his bandmates at first struggled to convert knock it into shape. He explained to HMV.com:

    "I'd written it in a really unusual time signature and we just could not figure out how to translate it into a full-band piece of music from the synth and vocal embryonic little thing that I had written."
  • Once the song was ready to record, Chris Kamrada tracked the drums in just half an hour before rushing out of the door to the airport.
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