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Code Green Strike While The Iron Is Hot With “Damn, I Took Too Many!”

There’s a certain optimism in excess on this muted, wintery track.

November 03, 2015

It's only been a matter of weeks since Providence alt-trap group Code Green premiered their last single "Killin' My Soul," but they've struck again while the iron is hot, this time with "Damn, I Took Too Many!"

As the title suggests, the new single is a muted ode to the pitfalls of the #lifestyle: sex, drugs, and all other accoutrements of the fast life are all put under a microscope. "We were in a state where we wanted to question ourselves, our lifestyle, and the things we were seeing in Providence," the trio told The FADER, adding that the song "represents the worst of us but recognizing we have room to grow." As members Nesi, Evo, and ER trade verses over the cloudy production, there's an air of optimism in excess, as the song proves to be as addictive as the many vices it describes.

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Code Green Strike While The Iron Is Hot With “Damn, I Took Too Many!”