Slaves to Liberty

Album: Rival Factions (2007)
  • Lead singer Andrew Schwab explained to jesusfreakhideout.com: "Unity is found in genuine connection. And the promise to a brother or sister in need that you will be there is worth more than it's weight in gold. This is that promise. We will be there for one another to lend sight, even when the darkness is pitch. We'll find new meaning in humility before one another, in vulnerability and honor, being broken together so we can stand strong." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Tim - PGH, PA

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