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The last time I heard No Sound But The Wind
From : Yannick Santermans
This song took a completely different meaning for me on the 21st of july 2018... One of my closest friends Glenn decided to give up on life, he suffered from a major depression for years, and just when everyone tought it was getting beter he just gave up. Breaks my heart writing about it. Last concert I saw you guys live he was with me @Sportpaleis Antwerp in 2017. I will never forget the look on his face when the entire crowd took their lighters and cellphones flaslights when No Sound But The Wind came on, even you where touched Tom, I saw that by the look and smile on your face. That was the first and last "real" concert he ever did. If I only knew then that this song was gonna be on his funeral... Maybe I could have done something different, I don't know. I will never know. So it would be nice if I could maybe relive that memory in his honour. I would take his girlfriend with me because she was with us that day in Antwerp. Would be very emotional, but a memory we both would never forget. Thank you for helping me trough hard and good times with the beautiful songs you make. Love you guys! Cheers Yannick
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