I’m excited to “come out of the woodwork”, that’s for sure. My younger sister is a crazy fan of this band, and as much as I disliked admitting it at first, I’m thrilled in every way by their songs. “Goner” and “We Don’t Believe What’s On TV” stand as my favorites at the moment.
By the way, I probably heard Heathens thirty times before I caught who the artist was. Whoa. In the sense of musical composition, it was quite a departure, but it definitely stays to the iconic theme that they’ve set throughout their albums otherwise.
Though I’ve already stated my love for this band, I’d like to point out the funny fact that several people on here got into this band with or because of their sister. My sister was an avid fan and introduced me to TOP as well.
Well, when I first heard of them a year or so ago, I was hearing a ton about them from people who were my sister’s age. (As well as my mom, lol.) I brought up the idea of the band to some of my friends, and Blurryface didn’t really interest them.
Since Suicide Squad, I’m suddenly not the only senior at my school listening to them. Strange, right? IMO pretty much everything that they’ve done is extraordinary.
I don’t think they really have a style to depart from.
Oh, I’m pretty sure that they do. Heathens kind of sounds like any old pop song at first listen; still unique and much better, but pretty similar. The lyrics, though are what makes it. Heavy, dirty, lyrics are really what makes the band.
Since Suicide Squad, I’m suddenly not the only senior at my school listening to them. Strange, right?
That’s interesting in the sense that I heard a lot about them from people I came across as a missionary before Heathens even came out. Even after the movie came out I still didn’t hear that much about it.
(edit: i point out the time frame because that’s when i first heard of them, while i was gone)