South Dakota five-piece Paradise Fears breaks out the piano for a sweeping ballad, which will be released as a digital single on May 12. Frontman Sam Miller describes the track: "The song is an important one for me. It was written during a trip back to our home town of Vermillion, South Dakota, after watching all of my friends from high school get together in a bar for the first time. It's a pretty earth-shaking event, standing so close to people who I used to be so close to and feeling so far away from them. I think that's the way that life goes when you're in your 20's—it's all half-exciting/half-painful nostalgia and pretending you don't get lonely all the time."
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