"I met my girlfriend towards the end of the last record. And that’s huge. For anybody, meeting somebody, it’ll turn your world upside-down. You’re overcome with this feeling – and yes, I’m aware that there’s maybe been one or two love songs written before now – but you want to sing honestly about it. And it was a beautiful thing to do, because it means that you’re confronting your feelings and reminding yourself of them regularly.”
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