Posted 06 September 2011 - 04:47 PM
There's a lot of meaning to it on various levels, like most esoteric symbols.
It was designed by both myself and JB and went through a few changes from where it started out. We knew what we wanted and we went back and forth with the idea until we settled on this design.
If you can find a radio copy of the One Way Road single (not the retail version) then there's an earlier version of it on that because we hadn't worked it out by the time we needed art for the radio single.
In a nutshell it represents waking up, rising up, pushing forward, breaking through, standing tall against what ever tries to bring you down - the lyrics/chorus to Revolution is probably a good starting point.
JB designed the original JBT logo featured on the JBT EP cover. That was a pencil drawing in one of his notebooks which we featured in the booklet of the Sunrise Over Sea vinyl edition.