|Single by August Burns Red|
|from the album Found in Far Away Places|
|Released||May 26, 2015|
|Format||Digital download, video single|
|Genre||Metalcore, surf rock|
|Songwriter(s)||JB Brubaker, Brent Rambler, Matt Greiner, Jake Luhrs and Dustin Davidson|
|Producer(s)||Carson Slovak, Grant McFarland|
|August Burns Red singles chronology|
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|Christian Digital Songs ( Billboard )||44|
|Hot Christian Songs ('Billboard)||35|
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