“Run With Me” was actually called “Romeo” and was written while I was living in Stockholm back in 2008. There are about 7 or 8 different versions of the song, I just never really thought any of the versions were complete until I did this one.
Following The Battle Of Ecliptylae, these tracks are…well, upbeat. It was intended that they be more musical creations than poetic presentations. The beat is prominent in each track, and the music itself often conveys a sense of lunacy. When I did these tracks, I was in a state where my mind seemed to be all over the place, so I think it naturally came out in the music itself. Although it started off as a set of tracks, 4 were eventually disregarded because they just didn’t feel right.