Last In Line Reveal Starmaker Inspiration

(Classic Rock) Last In Line singer Andrew Freeman says their track Starmaker was written as a "middle finger" to manipulative people. He also hints that the song slams people who exploit others, break promises and still expect favours in return.

Freeman says in a new commentary video: "Starmaker came from one of those riff-laden jam sessions we had making this record. For me it's about heart, loyalty and strength.

"It's a very sarcastic response to somebody who likes to manipulate situations, who promises you the world and doesn't deliver, who expects you to jump through hoops and repay them for the things that they did. The chorus is a sarcastic response to those type of people.

"It's a middle finger in the air to those who want to attach themselves to you when you're doing well in your life and mysteriously disappear when you're not doing well." Check out the full album commentary here.

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