No More Secrets

Album: Wild Blessed Freedom (2011)
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Songfacts®:

  • This mid-tempo rock song is a track from L.A.-based rock quartet Carolina Liar's second album Wild Blessed Freedom. The band described it to Artist Direct as a "road song" about leaving people that you care about behind when the band/tour lifestyle beckons. They went on to explain that musicians are being forced to be "honest," with the current popularity of Twitter and Facebook. Nothing is private and "won't be seen" in this digital age of cell phone cameras and public tweets.

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