The Hurlers

Album: Poor Man's Heaven (2008)

Songfacts®:

  • Seth Lakeman explained to the Daily Mirror July 3, 2008 why he included the tribal drum pattern at the beginning of this record: "We weren't sure about putting it at the start. People who know our stuff might expect something less aggressive, but it's a dramatic story - young men turned into stones - so it needed it."

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