Fly Away

Album: Rockpango (2011)


  • This is the first single from Texan rock band Los Lonely Boys' fourth studio album. Bassist JoJo Garza explained the song's meaning to AOL Music: "The song is about love. It's about inspiration from the one you love for the one you love. It's about having the will to fall deeper in love with that person whoever she or he may be, going beyond the distance for that love. The inspiration for myself was the woman I'm with... I'm sure it was the same for my brothers and their wives, but the general inspiration is love itself and about those who know love - real love."
  • The music video was filmed in Austin at the Continental Club. JoJo Garza told AOL Music: "The concept based around this one is Los Lonely Boys going back to the roots and playing music on a street corner where people are gathering around to watch as we sing and play our hearts out, to spread love as well as our music and at the same time we make a few tips in the guitar case tip jar. It's pretty cool."


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