Album: Madness (2017)
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  • All That Remains frontman Phil Labonte sings during this energetic, defiant song about living life your own way. He explained to Revolver magazine:

    "It's really about how you don't need anyone's approval for the way that you want to live your life. You don't need to have someone say, 'Okay, this is an acceptable way to organize your life' and so on. A lot of people get wrapped up in needing approval from others, so it's about realizing you don't need that and refusing to behave as if you do need it."

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