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Argos AO. Times , that she hated performing the song. Like a lot of the album, Pink wanted to get into the nitty gritty of who she was a person. Sitting down with Dallas Austin, she decided she wanted to write a song that dealt with her youth. According to the book, Split Personality: Pink , the song isn't to be taken too literally, however.
Rather it uses drugs as a metaphor for toxic relationships. Despite this, the singer has been candid about her use of narcotics.
In a interview with VH1 , she revealed that she started smoking marijuana aged 11 and by 13 was taking drugs like ecstasy, PCP and even crystal meth.
It wasn't until a brush with death aged 15 that she decided to call it quits with the drugs. I got out before it went there. As with most of the album, Pink wasn't afraid to get personal. I think it's good because the deeper inside you go the more you're related to somebody else, because life is life — everybody goes through the same things. The song's video, which was directed by Francis Lawrence, saw the singer dye her hair black and was slightly darker than her previous videos.
One scene saw the singer perform in front of an elephant, something that actually ended up really bugging her. This poor elephant; it's in a warehouse where it has to keep getting down on its hands and knees. This is a huge elephant, it's so cute, and I could see how painful it was for it to get down on its hands and knees, and I'm like, 'Can we not do this anymore? I think we got the take, you know, it's enough'.
After confronting the trainer, who insisted that the elephant was fine, Pink decided that she would no longer feature animals in her music videos. Parallel Ruminations Infinite Purgatory Unaware and naive Determined to love Written to nurture A hope for a future Now it's all gone Please forgive me I've been stuck here for awhile Constructing entropy, from buried deep Please release me I'm imprisoned for too long now Depleting energy, from buried deep In the furthest coordinates The dark and the void In negative space Lies of a god of regret Now it's all gone To segregate understanding and love and slipping further and further away from what we believe To compromise compassion and tradition I'm falling further and further each day Against this grain I'm grasping for a hand at a distance Must depart of this experimental routine I'm grasping for a hand at a distance Break this endless loop of disappointment Correlate and connect me to a state of true being If love's path departs us from infinite purgatory, Find me a way to escape.
Black Emperor. Where 'Until the Wind Stops Blowing' primarily dealt with the grief of losing my mother to cancer, and 'All Things Shining' focused on coping and the acceptance of that loss, 'They Don't Sleep Anymore' is a combination of the utmost longing for the past, and the vigorous challenge in adapting to your own present self and your potential future.
There are a lot of battling and intertwining ideas, opposites and synergies, questioning reality and self reflection. Unintentionally, It's far and away the most personal album but I am confident it will find a way to connect to people. Thank you for listening. Tags experimental lehigh valley post-metal shoegaze Allentown. Well Couch Slut has it Gbro go to album.
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Five years removed from the release of the first installment of Innocent Country , Quelle Chris and the pianist and producer Chris Keys have upped the sonic, conceptual and emotional ante of an already fruitful musical relationship. Lyrically, Quelle Chris creates a madcap world of comedy, tragedy, joy, sadness, failed relationships and triumph.
With its breezy soulful sound and hopeful timbre, Innocent Country 2 is a life-affirming and optimistic look at what it feels like to be Black in America. At its heart, though, Likewise is a collection of songs about empathy: about asking hard questions without expecting easy answers; about trying to understand ourselves and each other.
Run The Jewels has built its reputation on a potent mix of satire and poignant social commentary, taking aim at everything from religious hypocrisy and economic injustice to systemic racism and the myriad ways we brutalize each other. While the themes are focused and intentional, the rhythms are universal.
In a interview with The Creative Independent, Emily Sprague was asked how she began her relationship with modular synthesis and sound design, especially given her established career as something closer to a singer-songwriter.
This is gonna be good. Built on glassy bell tones and filled out with a downright painterly use of the delay knob, it is a welcome reminder that a wandering mind can lead to bright places, even in dark times. Listen: Bandcamp.Taken from Pink's most recent album, 's The Truth About Love, the track is a duet with Nate Ruess from the band fun. Explaining the meaning behind the song during to Spotify, the singer.