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The Arcs Release Song Inspired By 'Making a Murderer'

01/08/2016
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(Radio.com) It looks like Ellie Goulding isn't the only artist recently obsessed by the hit Netflix docu-series Making a Murderer. The Arcs released a song composed in just two days about the events the documentary explores.

The Arcs, which include Dan Auerbach, Leon Michels, Richard Swift, Homer Steinweiss and Nick Movshonthe, wrote on their SoundCloud page, "It's like Billy Childish says, 'We live in troubled times.'

"Last week, we got a sneak peek at what goes on behind the curtains of our criminal justice system. A few sleepless nights later we gathered in the studio and wrote this song. Written, recorded, mixed and mastered in 2 days."

The speed with which the nearly 5-minute song was composed and produced doesn't come across. Exuding a slower quality with ethereal guitar and a high-hat laced beat, the lyrics are the song's major standout. Listen here.

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