Madness singer Suggs recently spoke to Yahoo Entertainment about the band's new compilation album, Our House: The Very Best of Madness, and looked back at the band's trajectory. While they're known for their wacky music videos, the visuals often masked a "deeper hidden meaning."
Suggs used their song "Embarassment" as an example.
"[It's] just a song about you think a relationship, but in fact it was about Lee [Thompson], our saxophone player," Suggs said. "His sister had a baby with a Black guy, and in those days in this country, it was kind of frowned upon."
Watch more from Suggs in the video above.