Album: Stomachaches (2014)
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  • After My Chemical Romance broke up, rhythm guitarist Frank Iero began writing songs in his home studio. The following year Iero signed to Staple Records and released a full-length solo album titled Stomachaches under the moniker of FrnkIero AndThe Cellabration. Iero played every instrument on the record except for drums which were handled by former My Chemical Romance stickman Jarrod Alexander.
  • This is FrnkIero AndThe Cellabration's debut single. Iero told Kerrang!:"It's about relying on a loved one too much. Like, 'If I'm going down, it'll be on my terms.'"

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