Album: Bad Vibrations (2016)


  • This song is a charge against the judgmental. "It's not really meant to be about just that," lead singer Jeremy McKinnon explained to Kerrang!. "It's about judgmental people in general, the ones that look down on somebody, just because they have a different belief to them. That doesn't make them less of a human being. People should put a human being before their personal religious beliefs. And it's not just about religion."
  • This was one of the songs that everyone in the band agreed should go on Bad Vibrations. "We all loved that one from the beginning," said McKinnon.


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