“It’s about being in a ’subversive’ young people band and waking up twelve years later and being like, ’We’re not young people any more. Where do we fit now? It’s about recognizing that the idealistic ’fuck this entire music industry’ person that you were doesn’t jibe with the person that requires the music industry to sustain their life”.
– Damian Abraham
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