Fontaines D.C. on the Stories Behind 'A Hero’s Death'

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The Irish band Fontaines D.C. just released a new album, A Hero’s Death. Frontman Grian Chatten shares the stories behind the title of the album and the final track, “No," and explains how the sea inspires his music.


 
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The Irish band Fontaines D.C. just released a new album, A Hero’s Death. Frontman Grian Chatten shares the stories behind the title of the album and the final track, “No," and explains how the sea inspires his music.

 

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