2011 Song Of The Year

December 23, 2011 by Bryne Yancey

2011 Song Of The Year

2011 Song Of The Year

Black Veil Brides - Fallen Angels

Frontman Andy Biersack on the song and the win: “I don’t think we’ve yet written the definitive Black Veil Brides song, but this was an attempt to give our fans a true anthem and something that was more of a call to arms, so to speak. It’s about being different and being an outcast but not necessarily being the kind of person that wants to revel in that. We don’t want to be on the fringes of society, we just want to have fun in our lives, and a lot of times because of that the rebellious kids and the weird kids are the outcasts of society. I feel that on a personal level, if I could have had that song in my life when I was twelve or thirteen years old, letting me know there were people out there who felt the same, it would have meant a lot to me, and I think that’s why it means a lot to our audience.”

"It tells us that they are who they are, and inspires people to be who they are without judgment." —Kendra Kane, Peoria, Arizona

Runners-up:

2. Yellowcard - Sing For Me

"This song is so applicable to every single facet of my life. It expresses so many emotions in a coherent level. I am definitely sure that Aunt Stephanie has a huge smile on her face from seeing how many lives she touched with the incredible woman she was to Ryan." —Megan Duong, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

3. Panic! At The Disco - Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)

"Makes me want to dance and gets me in a better mood." —Catarina Malaquias, Lisbon, Portugal

4. Black Veil Brides - Rebel Love Song

"The song is close to my heart, plus it's a hard rock ballad. You don't hear those very often anymore." —Ashley Hamner, West Fargo, North Dakota

5. Black Veil Brides - Savior

"Because this song is so loving and inspirational, filled with hope and tells people that no matter where you are, a saviour will be there." —Melissa Watts, Rochester, New Hampshire

 

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