Oh and the very final guitar chord and noisey release was from around that time too. I can remember keeping that little clip at the end of this song for months and months. It was an unintentional haphazard dismissal after a particularly unispired guitar take, but it sounded so final that I always envisioned it ending the song. And as we built up the track, adding verses, choruses, a middle eight, the build up, the big choir etc, it just made more sense to keep it there. There was a subtle attitude to that little noise that satisfied me and it always seemed to signify the end of the track. Nothing was wasted I guess you could say - but that's the luxury of hard disk recording, you don't have to throw things away like you might with analog tape, you just need more hard drive space.
Anyway, these are hardly important insights into that song, I'd guess a few of you would prefer conversation regarding the lyrics, but at Jordy's advice I'm opting at not spelling out our meaning for the songs (at least not right now). He suggested that it would diminish the personal interpretation it might have for the new listener, and I think I agree with him. So have a listen and hopefully enjoy it. Have a dance and get excited; go out, have a good night, meet some friends for a drink or coffee or whatever, do whatever it is you want, but try and have a good weekend okay?