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Erica’s Friday Playlist: 2/24/17

Erica Singh, Staff Writer

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“Ready to go” by Panic! At The Disco
This song is definitely my favorite Panic! At The Disco song, however the meaning is more serious which sort of masks the fun and upbeat tone of the song. The lead singer, Brendon, actually confirmed in an interview that the song talks about how the past members departingfrom the band actually took a toll on Brendon and another past member, Spencer at the time. They wrote the song to show that the two members, Ryan and Jon affected the band’s overall happiness for awhile. Despite the departure, they continued with the music and the band’s work from there.

 

“Kitchen Sink” by Twenty One Pilots
This song is probably the most meaningful song i’ve heard by Twenty One Pilots. Tyler actually talked about the meaning of this song in multiple interviews. This song basically is about how those little moments in life can be your purpose or something you can look back onto and use that to help you through life. Tyler explains during his “darkest hour”, (a period of time where you’re struggling to decide if you should stay in this world or leave) he looks back on a moment that happened at a kitchen sink. He won’t tell anyone what happened at the kitchen sink because then he will feel like it’s lost it’s purpose and he won’t have anything to look back to during his darkest hour. His brother also raps in this song which I personally think is so amazing. All in all, this song is truly incredible.

 

“Black or White” by Michael Jackson

This classic is 100% my favorite song Michael Jackson has ever created. This song shows the true meaning of equality through each lyric being spoken. To make this simple and not overlooked, the meaning of this song is explained by Michael singing that basically states that your skin color is your skin color and that just because you’re black or white does not mean you have the certain stereotype that follows it. The song also addresses sexual orientation and that it does not matter who you are or what you are, we are all human and we should treat each other with love and be equal towards everyone. We are all experiencing life together, what’s the point of trying to put someone else down while they’re trying to be happy?

 

“Secret Society” by Title Fight
This is definitely the best song that Title Fight has ever put out there. The band members explain in an interview that with this song they were going for more of an “ugly beautiful” type of song, which means they were going for a more dark and crude type of sound to it. The song talks about how someone is kind of going through a messy time in their life and just need to get all of their emotions out. It also talks about all the bad things someone did and what someone else did to them. Some fans believe these are the thoughts that go through someone’s mind after a long-term relationship ending which is very reasonable.

 

“Phantom Power And Ludicrous Speed” by Pierce The Veil
This song is actually the lead singer, Vic, explaining how many people were pressuring him to write about certain topics during the time where he was writing the new album. He wrote this song to express how he wanted to write his own things and how he was sick and tired of people telling him to write about certain things because he just wanted to focus on what he wanted to write about.

 

 

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