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WATCH: The Caulfield Cult performs 'Serotonin' through the old Bukit Timah railway tracks for Bandwagon Sessions

WATCH: The Caulfield Cult performs 'Serotonin' through the old Bukit Timah railway tracks for Bandwagon Sessions

For punk band The Caulfield Cult, their newest album CULT is a neat, concise encapsulation of their jagged-edge instrumentation and emotional frankness. 

The album closes with 'Serotonin', a tear-stained confessional where resolve is out of the question — frontman Nicholas Wong rounds off the album with the same kind of pessimism that we've come to know from them, and many blog posts circa 2008, but there's also something all too earnest and gut-punching when he sings about his "middle-class upbringing" making him "too comfortable", and "now I can't afford the bus on some days." 

Here, Wong performs the emotive, acoustic number through the old Bukit Timah railway tracks for this latest edition of the Bandwagon Sessions.

Watch The Caulfield Cult perform 'Serotonin' below.

 

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