Frontman James Allan felt bad about penning the Glasvegas
track "Daddy's Home
," in which he criticized his absent father. He explained to the Sunday Mail
that this song is an attempt to tell another side of his father's story. Said the Scottish vocalist: "I felt a lot of guilt about the song Daddy's Gone. I felt bad, as it only showed one side of my father. God knows he beats himself up enough.
When I wrote the songs for the first album I never imagined it going out to all those people. The Everly Brothers wrote a song
about a boyfriend talking to his girlfriend and all he can do is dream to get close to her. In this song it's my father dreaming about his brother, who committed suicide, and how his thoughts and dreams can give him relief as he can see or speak to him. It was instinct that I turned words into solid things, on a CD or vinyl record. Maybe it makes up a little for Daddy's Gone."