The Thaw

Album: Opposites (2013)
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  • This song has a theme of unity, and trust and the chorus lyrics are from an old Scandinavian proverb: "The secrets in the snow, will always come out in the thaw."

    Vocalist and lyricist Simon Neil told Kerrang!: "It's about people trying to hide who they are from you, for no apparent reason, and you're trying to scrape through to see the truth underneath it all," he said. "It's about how secrets, lies, fibs and pulling the wool over someone else's eyes will never work."


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