Brothers Without A Name

Album: Too Late To Hate (2016)


  • In a November 2016 interview by email, John Lawton said this song was about "the refugee situation and seeing them crossing countries trying to find a better life."

    This alluded to especially Syrian refugees, whose country was imploding under the strain of civil war.
  • Running to a mere 3 minutes 18 seconds, this is the 11th track on Too Late To Hate and like the rest of the album was co-written by lyricist and frontman Lawton with lead guitarist Peter Hesslein. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2


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