Southernality

Album: Southernality (2015)

Songfacts®:

  • Lead guitarist Bill Satcher explained the song title. "It's a combination of two words: 'southern' and 'personality,'" he told The Boot. "The song itself is a feel-good song. It's a fun track. It plays off some Southern stereotypes, like 'yes ma'am' and sweet tea. It's all in good spirit."

    "I think we chose to name the album after that song because, in some way, it sums the whole thing up," Satcher added.

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