Winger Singled Out Week: Storm In Me

Winger released their brand new album, Better Days Comin', this week and to celebrate we asked Kip to tell us about some of his favorite tracks on the album. Today he tells us about the song "Storm In Me". Here is the story:

This was a song the John Roth and I finished from a riff Reb wrote in the early sessions. John came up to help write on 3 songs. This song is on of my favorites on the record.

I didn't know what to expect with John because we haven't written much, but it turned out very easy and we wrote 3 great tunes. So Long China, Be Who You Are, Now. And Storm In Me.

The lyrics and somewhat auto- biographical but portrayed to the extreme. Many times we lash out at the very people we care about the most. This song depicts that person who can't help being the good and evil. I explained it musically by making opposing sections of the music very light and others very dark.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and learn more about the album right here!

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