Ready Fire Aim Week: Day 2 "End of Over"

(antiMusic) Ready Fire Aim's new album "This Changes Nothing" hits stores this week. To celebrate the release we asked front man Sage Rader to give us the inside track on some of his favorite songs from the album.

Here is Sage with today's song "End of Over": Boy screws over girl and loses girl. He misses her and goes back to spy on his old life, and sitting on a grey train on a dingy rainy day, he starts to lament. He remembers the promise of forever and confusion overtakes him. Rain pelts the outside of the train. He has a knot in his stomach.

Believe it or not I felt fine when I wrote this song. It was all purely hypothetical. The day I moved out of my house it was pouring rain. I came in at 8 in the morning to pack my remaining things drenched with a bag in my hand. Life definitely imitated art on this one. - Check out song samples, learn more about the album and group here

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