London Is the Reason

Album: Grey Britain (2009)


  • Gallows vocalist Frank Carter told Kerrang! magazine April 18, 2009: "This song is about the kids, the next generation and taking the power back. When a country goes into disrepair, as Britain has, the power goes back to the people. The kids are the future and they have the most control. Unfortunately, the generation gap is so small these days that it's hard to teach your children what's right or wrong, when you don't have a very sharp understanding about life yourself."

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  • Pryce from Litchfield, NhI just started to like hardcore punk! It's just British Metal.
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