Everybody Is Easy


  • Burden Brothers lead singer Vaden Todd Lewis was the lead singer of The Toadies, the mid-'90s alternative rock band. The demise of The Toadies was often cited as being sunk in the muck of the recording industry, namely their label Interscope. This song is a reflection of Lewis' days in The Toadies as well as other members' pasts in larger, more commercial bands. They express how they were used and almost puppets. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Colin - Fort Worth, TX


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