Album: About a Mile (2014)


  • About A Mile comprises Adam, Luke and Levi Klutinoty, three brothers hailing from the Pennsylvania town of Butler. Their name originates from the belief that Jesus carried his cross "about a mile."
  • This song was penned by the Klutinoty brothers and finds them reflecting on the nature of God, topped off by a nod to the 1899 gospel hymn "Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord)."


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