Disarray

Album: Who We Are (2007)
  • This song is about frontman Jason Wade's experiences growing up in a strictly religious family, where questioning wasn't allowed. He commented on his record label's website: "Angels, demons. We all fight them both, and anyone who pretends they don't is not someone I want to hang out with."

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