The days and nights have gotten longer since she’s left. Singer/producer Tommy Limit lays awake drowning in thought. He puts his guitar down and picks up a mic for his nocturnal single ‘Up All Night’. The sharp synth stabbing grows increasingly incessant in the instrumental like a persistent memory. Tommy turns the bass from his 808 to ’11’ as an attempt to rattle any remnant of her from his mind. He begins to harmonize through a gruff vocal aesthetic “baby, I just cant breathe when you on me…”.

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