The Bellwether Syndicate makes music with hidden depths. Not just sonically, although there is no shortage of layer upon layer of dark textures and brooding tones making up their music, but lyrically too. The message captured within this song might seem to be a simple one, a straightforward expression of love. Love for friends, family, fans, and followers. But the song goes further than that. It reminds us that these people are always there as a guiding light on the horizon…

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