This track takes excerpts from a letter Dallon Weekes received from an ex, read aloud by the bands drummer Matt Glass. Why? According to interviews from around that time: “Spite”. The track originated with the spoken word track Globular that featured Matt Glass reading out of an encyclopedia.

I really don’t know why I’m writing this letter
I just think it must be easier than talking about it
You know whenever I think to myself
“What if this doesn’t work out?”
The first person I think of is you
I just hope you never think I only had you around to pass the time
Please don’t think that
It’s, it’s hard to stay focused when I’m with you all the time
And when I’m not, I’m thinking about you
I can’t get close to people very easily unless I know it’s worth it
But I felt close to you instantly
I’ve only done that with one other person
I wish you all the happiness in the world

> Globular
> A Letter (Demo)
> A Letter (Happiest Nuclear Winter)
> A Letter (IDKHOW)

> No brobecks, yes idkhow, so much idkhow

A Letter
Release:Happiest Nuclear Winter
Officially Released?Yes
Highest Quality:CD FLAC
Mike GrossBacking Vocals, Guitar
Dallon WeekesBacking Vocals, Bass
Matt GlassVocals, Drums
Bryan SzymanskiKeyboard