Go Square Go

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  • Singer James Allan told the Daily Record August 5, 2008: "It's about the pressures that families put on their kids. Like families that tell kids to fight and not come home."
  • This was the band's debut single release. It was issued as a digital download and limited edition 7" single in October 2006 on the WaKS label.
  • According to the record's sleeve notes, "Go Square Go" is a Scottish term referring to "pugilistic unarmed combat with both parties ready and willing participants."
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  • Darren from Aberdeenshire, United KingdomA "Square Go" is Scottish slang for a fight.
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