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Erica’s Friday Playlist: 6/2/17

Erica Singh, Staff Writer

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“I Hate Everyone” By Falling in Reverse

The title of this song is self explanatory for the meaning behind the song. This song is one of those “bad mood” songs that you listen to when you’re mad at the world and need to express your anger. This song actually was written after a brutal breakup. Throughout the song the band talks about those little memories that remind you of someone whether it be the street they grew up on or the scent they usually carry around with them. Those little memories are what caused this breakdown of emotion.

 

“Woman” by Harry Styles

This song has such a different sound than anyone would ever think. This song is obviously about a woman that Harry met and is singing about her. This song has sort of a melancholy taste to it with a touch of rock. I think that’s why Harry Styles took this route to approach older and more mature fans with his new type of music. You simply can’t listen to it and say it sounds like One Direction because it doesn’t, at all!

 

“Truce” by Twenty One Pilots

To put it in simple words, this song song is a promise between the fans and the lead singer, Tyler Joseph. Tyler is basically saying, “please stay alive for me.” the meaning of this song is as pure as it gets

 

“Teddy Bear” by Melanie Martinez

This song is weird but in a really good way. in this song, Melanie sings about having a “teddy bear” that she trusted so dearly and in a blink of an eye it turns evil and starts subliminally threatening her. No one really knows if this song is about a crazy ex or somehow about a haunted teddy bear.. It’s really Melanie who decides

 

“Better Off Dead” by Sleeping With Sirens

While this song has a fast beat, it masks the really sad lyrics behind it. The lyrics explain how someone feels so worthless and says how everyone is going to miss them when they’re “gone” and i’m not going to put what Kellin Quinn, the lead singer, means when he says this because it’s kind of clear. He wants to spread the message that if you care about someone then try to save them, you don’t know what they’re going through

 

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