Dyed in the Wool

Album: Blue Sky Noise (2010)
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  • Vocalist Anthony Green explained this track to Artist Direct: "That song is about that frustrated feeling you get one someone tells you that they get it and they're with you but they don't and they aren't. You can feel it in their eyes, and it's like hopelessness. You're not trying to convert them or change them. All you're trying to do is not give everything away. Everybody in the band had a piece of that song. We all came together for it."

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