Discussion in 'Media Section' started by secroduz, May 21, 2011.
I've got this song on repeat. It hits something a bit too real with me being away from my family for the last three years at college and struggling with everything that comes with that.
Whether it's Kevin talking about dealing with the betrayal of friends and the resulting drama, Dom talking about his struggles with his family and the mental health issues they bring, or Merlyn's ballad about how having everything doesn't stop you from losing it, I think this song is the most enchanting and raw from their newest album. The last thirty seconds of the songs with the mantra of promised action overlapped by Matt's screams of "I don't matter" sends chills down my spine. Everyone brings something unique and beautiful to this track.
They deserve #1 album in the country.
Now stop buying all their merch so I can afford some of it, yeah? I can't afford a resale value for $400 for a shirt, man.
I used to be really into TOP's older albums when I was younger. The unorthodox, unusual style of music and the lyrics I guess really clicked with me at that time in my life. I thought I got over them, but, when Trench came out, I gave it a listen, and I found myself really liking it. Here's my favorite songs from Trench, and their older albums.
twenty one pilots
twenty one pilots
you know an album's something else when the interludes fuckin BOP
Hey Arnold! would be the best children's show ever by less comfortable margin without Jim Lang's grooves
e; oops lol
on a sadder note
this dudes inability to hit those high notes is infuriating
otherwise solid 7/10 track
been playing a lot of Horizon 4 lately and the whole ass soundtrack is so good ima just leave it here
this song would be so much better if kodak black was still in jail and his verse wasnt on it
and maybe a double post just because i have that sort of recklessness