Framing Hanley Singled Out Week: Twisted Halos

Framing Hanley released their new album, "The Sum Of Who You Are", this week and to celebrate we asked frontman Kenneth Nixon to tells us about some of the songs. Today he tells us about the track "Twisted Halos".

Another song we did with the talented Eric Bass. This was the very last song we wrote for the album, and is one of my favorites. I remember 2 am us just going into the live room at the studio, and just saying "let's have fun with this one. No rules, just write." "We are all a little wicked. Heaven sent; halos twisted."

We are all jaded…we all possess that flaw…whatever it may be for any given person. Humans in general are not the kindest of species. We bitch & moan about things, instead of taking the time to fix them.

We preach about kindness towards others, yet yell at the homeless man we pass on the walk to work every morning. It's very easy to point out the flaws in others; it's hard as hell though to take accountability for your own problems. That was the idea behind that song.

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