Lila, The Divine Game

Album: Attics to Eden (2009)


  • Frontman Nathan Leone told Kerrang! magazine April 4, 2009 that the song's title means "life." He explained: "I believe it's what an ancient Eastern religion calls life and the route to enlightenment. The track doesn't have any lyrics on this one, but it does have tremendous significance hidden in it in places. We're sure that our fans will figure it out!"


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