When Californian post-hardcore band Finch released their 2002 album, 'What It Is To Burn,' the group gave two different versions of the title track to their fans. The shorter, more polished version was used for a music video, but a mass of Finch fans view the longer, more orchestral version of the song as the greater work.

Singer Nate Barcalow would later describe the track as, "The viewpoint of a man in hell sending a letter to his loved one."

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