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- Posted on Sep 9th 2010 5:05PM by Takara Small
"'May You Be The Road' is a song about feeling isolated and lonely," explains lead singer Jay Malinowski. "It took on a sort of western feel, a classic one man against the world. In the end, the path we choose to walk won't set us free, but the people we choose can. May you be the road is seeing that we can always use help."
The Toronto band first broke through with 2004's sophomore album 'Sounding a Mosaic' and found further success on 2007's 'Street Gospels' which cracked the Billboard reggae chart's top five and hit number two on the Canadian pop charts. After Malinowski released the solo LP 'Bright Lights and Bruises' last winter, Bedouin Soundclash flew to Philadelphia to record their new album 'Light The Horizon' with acclaimed producer King Britt.
Watch Spinner's exclusive "leak" of 'May You Be The Road,' the second full song off 'Horizon' in this viral video put together by friends of the band.