The Devil In Stitches

Album: The Dissent of Man (2010)

Songfacts®:

  • This is the first single from The Dissent of Man, the fifteenth studio album by the American punk rock band Bad Religion. Guitarist and songwriter Brett Gurewitz said in a video interview with Spinner that when writing this tune, he was trying to write a Bruce Springsteen song. "(It's) a place where I haven't gone as a songwriter," he said.

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