Innocent

Album: Keep Calm and Carry On (2009)
Charted: 54

Songfacts®:

  • This soulful strum is the first single from Welsh rock band Stereophonics' seventh studio album, Keep Calm and Carry On.
  • Frontman Kelly Jones recalls his teenage years in South Wales in this song about the shattering of the innocence of youth.
  • The album title is a reference to a 1939 Ministry of War Information war poster. It was intended as a "last case scenario" to be used only should the Nazis succeed in invading Great Britain.

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