Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by ryanfears, May 19, 2017.
there’s a leak
Oh yeah, just seen people here in the UK got their bundles yesterday. Might as well just start streaming the album at this point.
The album is surprisingly solid.
This is good. In Bloom is so great. I think it shows a huge amount of growth from their earlier stuff.
I feel like In Bloom is blowing up. Already has a ton of views on YouTube in a short amount of time
All of those plays are actually just from me, oops.
Gave this album a few listens recently and only standouts for me are Happy Judgement Day and Heavy Lies. I loved the last album so I guess this just needs more time.
Can't believe they debuted at #4 with 35,000 sold. This band is blowing up bigger than I expected.
Pretty shocked how high this charted
Cool article from Rocksound about their second EP and how it pushed them into being a bigger band here in the UK. I remember it coming out and loving it, and it definitely catapulted them to bigger bills.
The Story Of Neck Deep’s ‘A History Of Bad Decisions’ - Features - Rock Sound Magazine
Probably a merch drop.
Fil left the band
Hmmm well that's a shame, I always thought he was a pretty big part of the band and to leave when they are basically the biggest modern pop punk band in the world seems strange but eh. If it makes him happy, I'm all for it.
This is a fun cover, and I dig it.
I listened to this while taking a dump, very fitting
Honestly a heater. Here for it.
I could never stand Neck Deep
This song is perfect though
Instrumentals and vocal melody both make the hair on the back of my neck stand up
the lyrics sound like they were written by a silver spoon white chad wannabe who just found out what feminism was the first time and is despartley seeking clout to make amends for all of the mysiogny he's encouraged in his precious tracks.
What ruins this for me even more than the lyrics is the leagues of cagey, maladjusted pop punk bros who will cite this as an example of “empowering women” or some shit while they remain completely unaware of how hostile their culture remains to women.
not to mention how hostile this band has been to women, historically