"I took a pill in Ibiza/ To show Avicii I was cool/ And when I finally got sober, felt 10 years older/ But fuck it, it was something to do."
"We were at his show and I was drinking at the time. (I don’t drink anymore, but I wasn’t playing and I had no responsibilities except for enjoying myself so I was taking some vodka shots and probably some whisky if I know myself.) And I just sort of moseyed out into the audience to watch Avicii spin from their point of view. I would go back and forth between the backstage and the VIP area and then where the actual kids were. And most people didn’t know who the fuck I was in Ibiza except for this one guy who recognized me. He was like, ‘Are you Mike Posner?’ and he was all excited. He holds up this little bag of pills and is like, ‘You want one?’ And drunk Mike Posner was like, ‘Fuck it, yeah.’ So I took one and I had never done that before, and I felt amazing. Then when I came down I felt ten years older."
Yes mate 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂— Bren Dunne (@Bren_Dunne90) April 4, 2018
Why’d it take u so long to reach out bro!!! Of course I remember haha— mikeposner (@MikePosner) April 5, 2018
Never thought u would remember it 😂😂😂😂 didn’t realise how big the track went man then my cousin sent me a interview we’re u describe it I was like that’s mad 😂😂😂😂😂😂— Bren Dunne (@Bren_Dunne90) April 5, 2018
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