Dropkick Murphys included this song on their 2010 Live on Lansdowne
DVD. The band connects with fans more literally than most at their concerts. Their drummer Matt Kelly
told us: "We always dread playing seated venues. If I'm in a crowd, I don't want to see a band with a bunch of seats, like in an amphitheater, or whatever. I mean, seeing Iron Maiden or something like that would be great, but for a punk band it's nice to have a bit of interaction between the band and the crowd - people singing along and all that. That is definitely a huge, huge, part of it. You know, we say, 'our stage is your stage,' come on up, as I think is displayed by the DVD we have. I've watched it so many times I can't remember what it looks like, oddly enough. But at least part of our live show is kids coming on stage and singing along and jumping off the stage; just living the experience as opposed to being bystanders, or spectators."