The first single from Brothers of the Southland
, BlackHawk's first album in 12 years, ties the band's future together with its past. Lead singer Henry Paul
explained to Billboard
magazine. "It was written by [founder members] Dave [Robbins], Van Stephenson and myself early in the creative stages of Blackhawk's development. It's about someone who is looking past their current relationship with their eyes on someone new."
"We recorded the acoustic demo to document the song and it offers a rare look into BlackHawk's musical beginnings," he continued.