Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal Reveals Meaning Behind 'Little Brother is Watching'

. Ron 'Bumblefoot' Thal explains in a new interview with antiMusic's Tom Reardon the inspiration behind the title to his new solo album "Little Brother is Watching," which was released this week.

Thal explains, "It's pretty much just a statement on where society is right now. How we live day to day….everything we do is on display, for better or worse. I think mostly for better, but sometimes for worse. This is the world we live in.

"Wikileaks…a police beating….our neighbor falling on his butt. Whatever it is, or something of us we want to put on display. We're watching each other and we're being watched.

"The song touches on this and also how you're going to react to it. Be yourself, be you and do what you want and don't worry about anything. Be yourself, be human, and enjoy it. Nobody's perfect."

Read the full interview here.

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