Youth and Whiskey

Album: Set The World on Fire (2011)
  • This is the closing track from Set The World On Fire, the sophomore studio album from Hollywood hardcore glam metal band Black Veil Brides. Vocalist Andy Six explained the song to Kerrang!: "This is about being on the road, having fun and just learning about life in general. It's showing that you've done what you wanted to do in life and you don't really care about what people say now that you've got this group of friends that will always have your back."

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