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初心者歓迎します。 現在試しているデッキや育成した選手などがあれば、その画像も貼る 【スレ立てのルール】 ・減速…付近と次スレが立つまではスレ立てに無関係な人は書き込まない ・踏み…原則を踏んだ人が次スレを立てる。 踏んだが立てられないときは早めに伝えること ・保険…踏んだ人が立てられない場合はが立てる。 荒らしや単発IDが踏んだら保険が立てる ・保険の保険…も立てられない場合は、も立てられない場合はというように順に保険する ・宣言…次スレを立てる人は「立てる」と宣言してから作業を始める ・スレ立て…スレ立て時に現スレからテンプレをコピーする。 乱立規制時は一時的にスレタイを変えたりテンプレを消したりしても構わない ・フライング禁止…次スレが立っても現スレが完走するまで次スレに書き込まない 【その他禁止事項】 暴言、過度な自慢や荒らしの話題など他者を著しく不快にする書き込みは理由を問わず禁止する。 原因が相手にあるとしても許されない ミキサーや選択チケットについての相談は禁止。 5初期評価 20 Lv. 15コツレベルボーナス 2 Lv. 20初期評価 30 Lv. 30ミート上限アップ 2 初期評価 40 Lv. 37(SR上限開放時)初期評価 45 Lv. 40(SR上限開放時)初期評価 50 Lv. 35生徒会の熱風 (試合後の獲得経験点アップ) 練習ケガ率ダウン 3 Lv. 37(SR上限開放時)初期評価 50 Lv. 40(SR上限開放時)初期評価 55 Lv. ただしシナリオ所属キャラを1人以上デッキにセットしている必要があります!! 情報出るまでサクセス住める気になれねえ....

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0 Lv40:80. 8 Lv45:80. 8 Lv50:82. 3 イベント経験点 0 イベント回復量 0 覚醒情報 強い点1:金特が複数手に入る 1人のイベキャラから金特が複数手に入ります!金特の数が増えればその分査定UPできるので、より強い選手を作りやすくなります! アサガミキョウスケ(あさがみきょうすけ)の関連イベキャラ 十門寺東高校 イベキャラ一覧 逆境転生クロスナインコラボ イベキャラ一覧 アサガミキョウスケ(あさがみきょうすけ)のおすすめデッキ [十門寺東高校] 明神陽(みょうじんあきら)入り先発PG3デッキと立ち回り 球速を5枚積んだ球速がためデッキです。 またタッグ重視で彼女なし編成で挑んでます。 球速5枚で変化球が危うそうですが、アイドル相談でレンジャーにして変化もバランス良く稼いでいきましょう。 加藤理香と一緒に練習でさらにコツを獲得できます。 アイドルバトル優勝時のMVPに加藤理香が選ばれても特に恩恵は有りませんので、そこは避けるように立ち回りましょう(猪狩・堂江・アサガミ等の基礎コツ優先)。 また、最後の方は全員ダンス(紫)にして変化を稼ぎます。 最近スタジアムのAIレベルが上がったので、『縛り』も実用性が増してきました。 真金特が無しのため、査定の最大値が高いわけではないですが、十門寺高校では十分に真価を発揮できるデッキです。 アイドル役割は徐々に変化球(レンジャー)にシフトしていくと、変化も稼げて査定を上げやすいです。

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From the album's opening moments, which feature clips of the late Juice WRLD's voice in interviews and closing out a show, we're reminded that he wasn't the sum of the demons he exorcised in his songs; he wanted to be a positive force in a world that so often feels negative. At the time of his death, in December 2019 at the age of 21, the Chicago rapper had cemented himself as a bona fide star whose vulnerability on wax was transcendent. Here, on the first posthumous album since, he gains immortality. Every revelation lands like a prophecy and every rare buoyant moment a light at the end of an endless tunnel. His diaristic laments aren't sanitized or watered down in an attempt to mute the pain of his reality, and thus, under the circumstances, these songs feel especially brutal and honest. It's an effective eulogy that captures the charismatic artist as his fans had come to know him—complicated but hopeful. 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It's a song that talks about how to go deeper in love. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. sjaaibku. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. It certainly brought something else out of me. When I first moved to Nashville, and you're knocking on people's doors and handing them a CD because you don't care what they say. You just want them to hear your voice and you want to put yourself out there. And then the world and the business of everything shows up, and you feel like you don't get to be that person as much. And then you start putting guards up and you lose a sense of that person. I wanted to find that person again, and that was the whole goal of making this album. The way it starts is with that guitar; it makes you wait a little bit. I love that. It's been years since I put out a record, so there's a little bit of anticipation. I've always been known as a guy that sings love songs and all these songs about being deeply in love, and I've never really been in love. I know glimpses of it. I know what it can possibly be, but I've never really been deeply in love. I want to be able to be there for someone like that. It's not a guarantee. It's not for sure. But I know that it's a possibility, and I want to be here for that. I love the sound of mandolin. This song has that kind of feel of a nostalgic yesterday, but just feels a little bit different and unique to itself. I guess everything gets cut down over time. But that don't mean I don't go back there in my mind. I had just got back from a trip in California. I rented a little beach house out there. I was just by myself and very isolated. For Southern California, it was really rainy and really cold. It was very reflective of the people that were on my mind. It's stripped back. The song is mostly just piano and a vocal and a little bit of percussion. You can pick to have a good day and try to put your right foot forward. I think that was big for me to realize that. I've always loved to write with him, but I've never gotten to record a song that I wrote with him. So I get in there to write with him and Daniel one day. He just has this cool groove, and he's singing this kind of half-put-together chorus. It's one of those songs you put on and it just kind of transports you. This is the only song I didn't write. I heard this song over 10 years ago as an intern, and I was so blown away by it. I was just hoping and praying that no one would record it, because I felt like I needed to grow into this song. This is where I got to this record and I got in a place in my life, kind of growing up, self-reflective, in that crossroads of really appreciating those things. I think this song really puts that in perspective. From being a little kid in the back seat with your family, and then going to high school, singing and rolling the windows down and feeling like you're free and it's always going to be this way. Then all of a sudden you're a grown-up and you're helping your parents in the back seat and they're growing older and you're growing older, and you just realize that fragility of time and how to make every moment count. I was doing a meditation. In the meditation, it talked about imagining if today was the last day your life. How would you want to spend it? How would you want to live and how would you want to go out? Letting go of all that, or at least making your best attempt to let go of all the little things and actually live. So it's not actually really about dying as much as it's about living. You can relate to a past relationship that just didn't work. I like that it's that specific. I think having this specific memory and being able to realize that was a good moment and you didn't go the distance, but you're glad you were there for it. I was at a place where I was kind of talking about my journey and then life of how I get caught up in just making music and traveling to the next place. I don't have time to get tied down. It took me a while to understand it takes a good woman to fix a heart, all these things. You're kind of just avoiding yourself from a really great thing. The horns in there are something that I've always wanted to do. But the reality is a lot of times you put yourself out there and things seem to go great, and then next thing you know, she says goodbye and splits your world in two. That's what life is. It's the ups and downs and showing up for it. We were going to stop through Paris, Illinois, my hometown, on the way up. It's about halfway from Nashville to Chicago. The way you remember your hometown and remember the place you come from, it's going to be a lot more magical than when you actually show them that. Even when I go back home now, the mom-and-pop shops are mostly closed down and run down. The square is not as in good shape as it used to be. But the heart's still there and the courthouse still stands and the good people are still there. I still go back to the nostalgia of the way it made me feel as a kid, even if it doesn't look like that anymore. That kind of led to a song that's got these horns and strings and is a little bit of a dream. The record started out by trying to find my heart, and it's going to end with me realizing that it's at home. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. rgb. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. All Rights Reserved. But after James injured his back moving an amp—an incident that would temporarily halt the sessions and require surgery for a herniated disc—he spent months reflecting as he recovered. So many new songs poured out of him that when the album was eventually completed and ready for release in 2015, the band worried that a triple LP would only overwhelm listeners. I mean, life has gone through so many ups and downs since then, there was never a deliberate call as to when we would do it. I just felt like it would hopefully be a good time to release the record while the world was kind of in a reflective state. I think we still are. I think we've all experienced that. If there's something that can't be fixed, but you haven't accepted that yet and you keep trying to fix it. But you kind of have to lose it, because that's what will be best for both of you—but you don't realize it. 'Still Thinkin' was caught up in that emotion and caught up in the fog of that. I feel like so many nights during this pandemic—and I know I'm not alone—but you feel so alone because you're kept at home. And you're like, all right, I'm at home again for the 800th night in a row. What do I do tonight? And I think a thing that's difficult that a lot of people have said that I really appreciate is trying to not be hard on ourselves, trying to remember we don't have to write the next great American novel. We don't have to paint an amazing painting every night. Some nights we're just going to be sad and that's okay, because it's a difficult time. We have so many different ways we are. There's the us that focuses on our career. There's the us that focuses on our family. There's the us that focuses on our hobbies, whatever. So that song I just kind of wrote about how I'm climbing the ladder and I'm paying my dues in this career way. But really at the end of the day—not that I don't value that or appreciate that—what I really want is sustainable love in my life and to create a sustainable relationship and a family and that kind of stuff, which I haven't been able to do. We went to Muir Woods several times while we were in Stinson Beach, and Muir Woods really gave me that song. I feel like being in those woods, the parts would come, because that's something that happens for me a lot. I walk and it generates music, but I feel like where I am contributes to that music. That song—a lot of the instrumentation and a lot of the ending and a lot of the space in the song—I feel like really was downloaded from the trees. I'm just really trying to look at myself and figure out why things didn't work out. But for some intangible reason that I couldn't figure out, it just didn't work. Why wasn't it enough? Everything was there, but for some reason that I still don't understand, it wasn't enough. And I'm trying to figure that out for myself. What is it in me? I mean, it's so sad to me that as I sit here and try to remember which shooting it was that inspired me to write that song and I can't even remember. There's been so many of them. The whole gun thing just makes me so sad, because guns disgust me and guns are made to kill people and that is so profoundly messed up. Here's your guns. You got them. I kept thinking about just wanting to get back to water. And I feel like most humans, we all love going to the water. We love going to the lake or to the beach, whatever it is, the swimming pool, we all have this desire. At times, I feel so overwhelmed by life and I feel like I don't fit in to the human experience that I just want to turn back into water and go back into the ocean and start again. Maybe wash back up on shore, go through the whole thing again, because I don't know, sometimes it just doesn't make sense to me. But I think we forget to just take time to just not do anything, but then there's the other kind of wasting time where I feel like if you start to do too much and you get stagnant and you get complacent and you don't realize what you have, you can waste a lot of time. I feel like the first part of the song is we're trying to break up the energy, and then the instrumental part sends it out, shooting it out, once you've broken it up. It's just a reminder to myself that there are these people that love me, that do welcome me home, no matter what my personal or relationship life may be going through, and to not forget them in those times of need, but remember them and call on them, because they've always been there for me. That's a thing I think about a lot, that I struggle with. I almost feel like sometimes I haven't unlocked the key yet. Some people have, but I feel like we get almost penalized in relationships, that everybody always says there's the magic there at the beginning and everything is so amazing, and then slowly the magic fades away. You can keep creating that beginner's mind—that freshness that brought you together in the first place—but still grow. Can we make this feel as special as it did back when we met and things were electric and things were on fire and we were everything to each other? I haven't been able to sustain that. Somehow that always fades away, and I wish it was engineered the other way, where you got more and more rewarded for staying in the relationship—it just got hotter and hotter and more and more amazing. I know some people do make that happen, but I think it takes a lot of work, obviously, doing the work for yourself and have your partner do the work. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. Now the pair—Laura Les and Dylan Brady—is pushing their sound even further towards the outer edges of the electronic, pop, and hardcore spaces. In creating this album, 100 gecs open up a space to explore the infinite possibilities and directions a song can take. has been a new friend of mine. I was a huge fan of him for such a long time, and we connected and worked on a few things—worked on some Charli [XCX] stuff. And when we started thinking about that we were going to do this, we reached out to him for the remix. Then we got the files back, and she went absolutely crazy. And I was working on some stuff with Charli, so we had been friends a bit, and we were obviously huge fans. We thought it would be sick to get her on the chorus and do a cool verse. We hadn't worked with Kero Kero Bonito, but we're both big fans of her as well. It was sick to get them to come together like that. It's way more different from the original track than most of the other ones. We did a bit of production with them on the remix with their producer Parker [Corey]. We both kind of worked on the beat together, and the vocals went crazy, of course. It would be incomplete without them. It's a new subgenre that's popping up here and there by Danny L. It's an offshoot of hardcore. Euphoria abounds. He asked us if we'd be interested in doing work with some of his artists on his label, and we were like, 'Yes. ' And three days later we just got a text that was this folder of freaking Patrick Stump vocals, and we were like, 'All right, that's it. ' We got Craig on it—Craig's a huge inspiration for both of us. And Nicole, you know, she killed it. It all just came together in sort of a sloppy mess fashion. It's a vibraslap. That's kind of the glue to the whole song. There's two tracks that came about like that. We were just like, 'Amazing, that is very convenient that you're down, because we love it. ' Big banger energy from that one. We've been fans of her for a super long while—big inspiration as well. We reached out to her, and then she brought on Count Baldor to help remix it with her—also an incredible force of nature. So many artists and musicians out there, and umru is one of them. And graciously, he accepted and blessed us. Hannah Diamond with a beautiful voice as always. Incredible vocal performance on that one from all parties for the benefit of your parties. But both numbers in there are great people, great musicians, big fans of them. Me and Laura both have produced for Lil West in the past, and I was working with Tony. We thought they would kill a reimagining of that, and Laura went crazy on the end with the new hook as well. Single-handedly defending hardcore in the 2020s. Big, meaty 909 kick in the butt is the description for that one. They actually recorded all of the vocals for that on their laptop mic because they didn't have any access and wanted to get it in as soon as possible. Little did they know it would not come out for super long, but they went absolutely crazy on that. That version has just always been so powerful to me. I was just throwing things around like, 'This is insane, this is so good. ' So when we were going to do a remix album, that was a pretty easy choice for one that we had to do. We were both pretty floored by that one. mzstatic. kpwvnkew. apple. mzstatic. rgb. apple. apple. mzstatic. bqxdwzvd. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. unsgbrat. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. rgb. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. I just remember being in a session last November and feeling like, 'I'm just so sick of looking at my phone! ' I spent a lot of my time in LA working, so I don't really have like a social group there. I might be building relationships with friends that I already have, but it's kind of hindering the life that I'm living in LA. I have friends that I've never met that I consider pretty close because I follow them online—that's pretty common among my generation. So this song is about how it's okay to be social through your phone, but kind of learning when your phone is serving you and when you're serving your phone—there's a very fine line. My boyfriend is a musican too, so he goes on tours, and I obviously travel, so we're learning how to be together and translate that to when we're not together. There have been so many situations where we've had disagreements or fights over something that would've totally translated in person, but because it was over text, it was misunderstood. We crack jokes a lot, and we're very sarcastic, but sometimes, I can text something that's a joke, and because he can't see that I'm smiling when I send it, it comes across as probably not that nice. It was a weird time, because we were figuring everything out—we were in this weird honeymoon phase. The title is kind of a play on 'it's not you, it's me,' and it's about analyzing yourself and how you act in relationships and also looking at the other person, and finding that balance between being levelheaded and just kind of like flipping out. and then we might get back together. ' So it's about me showing up and supporting, but there's also this motive behind it. It was my second-last day there and I had 13 hours of flights I had to catch to get to LA. I'm not terrified of the act of flying, I'm just scared of people in enclosed spaces and not being able to leave a situation. So I was absolutely crippled with anxiety for the days leading up to it. I get to travel and I get to have all these amazing experiences, but it also ends up being such a mental struggle that I can never really take in the moment. I feel like that's a really horrible way to live your life, especially when, you know, I'm lucky enough to have those experiences. Every time I'm there, I'm booked with sessions, so it's always really fun. I've always had a fascination with California, even when I was a kid—it's so pretty and so warm there, and so freezing in Canada. I just love LA and the music scene there—it just seems a little more open. I had this perception of LA being this very music-business place where dreams go to die, and I don't know if it was luck, but I ended up having the complete opposite experience and I pretty much only have good times when I'm in LA. But it sucks too, because I get there, and I love the weather and the people, but my family and my friends aren't there, so 'LA in Two' is about going there, loving it, but also the anxiety that goes with starting your career. It can be a little bit lonely. It's kind of a rollercoaster, this music thing. But I love it. My best friend's a hairdresser, which is amazing when you're in quarantine and you need your hair done, but not so great when you're emotionally fragile and you'd do anything for change. And so I cut my hair and dyed it white. It wasn't that bad, but it was definitely a time in my life where I felt like I needed to do something just to do something. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. We try and do verse, pre-chorus, chorus, middle eight, outro, and a riff for every song. But we went, this is going to be two chords, back and forth, that invert eventually. It was kind of refreshing to move in that direction and set the tone for the record. When the song was written around five or six years ago, we were chasing it. It was like, okay, we need another part, and we found that melody that just fit perfectly. We butted heads with some of our team on this, but Mason and I just fucking love that song so much. We joined a lot of songs. And it was completely wrong. 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Inspired by the stylish, dramatic sound of classic '80s New Wave, the group stood out from the retro pack thanks to the intensity of frontman Samuel T. Herring. Swinging from howling fury to tender intimacy, he's an eccentric, spellbinding performer, and his passion gives this gorgeous playlist its unpredictable edge. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. for the world outside the United States. mzstatic. uniomudk. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. We have the most fun when nothing is off limits. Amid it all, gorgeous saxophone solos waft across the album, transporting you straight to the streets of their hometown on a sunny day. Everything about the album was just spontaneous and about not taking ourselves too seriously. These songs are about depression, seeking help, grief, failing relationships, and health issues Este has type 1 diabetes. The album proved to be the release they needed from all of those experiences—and a chance to celebrate the unshakable sibling support system they share. We held up a mirror and took a good look at ourselves. It came out of this feeling when we were growing up that Los Angeles had a bad rep. And if LA is an eyeroll, the Valley—where we come from—is a constant punchline. But I always had such pride for this city. And then when our first album came out, all of a sudden, the opinion of LA started to change and everyone wanted to move here. The album and this song are really guitar-driven [because] we just really wanted to drive that home. Just playing it feels empowering. Este came up with just that simple bassline. And we kind of wrote the melody around that bassline, and then added those 808 drums in the chorus. Sometimes for me, being at home alone is the most comforting. We shout out Joni Mitchell in this song; our mom was such a huge fan of hers and she kind of introduced us to her music when we were really little. I'd always go into my room and just blast Joni Mitchell super loud. And I kept finding albums of hers as we've gotten older and need it now. I find myself screaming to slow Joni Mitchell songs in my car. This song is very nostalgic for her. The guitar solo alone is really fun. The song was a lot slower originally, and then we put that breakbeat-y drumbeat on it and all of a sudden it turned into a funky sort of thing, and it really brought the song to life. I love the way that the drums sound. I feel like we really got that right. That slowed-down ending is due to Ariel. I remember I had gone to go get food, and when I came back Danielle had written the bridge. Okay! There have been around 10 versions of this song. Someone was having a booty call. It was probably me, to be honest. We started out with this beat, and then we wrote the chorus super quickly. And we had to audition a bunch of dudes. They were the worst! We can tinker around with a song for years, and with this one, every time we added something or changed it, it lost the feeling. And every time we played it, it just kind of felt good. It felt like a warm sweater. The day that we started it, I was thinking that I was going to get back together with the love of my life. I mean, now that I say that, I want to barf, because we're not in a good place now, but at that point we were. We had been on and off for almost 10 years and I thought we were going to give it another try. And it turns out, the week after we finished the song, he had gotten engaged. So the song took on a whole new meaning very quickly. I think Ariel had a lot of fun producing this song. The end of the song is supposed to feel like a celebration. We wanted it to feel like a dance party. Because even though it has such a weird meaning now, the song has a hopeful message. Who knows? I am still hopeful. As sisters, we are the CEOs of our company: We have super strong personalities and really strong opinions. And finding someone that's okay with that, you would think would be celebrated, but it's actually not. It's really hard to find someone that accepts you and accepts what you do as a job and accepts everything about you. And we just wanted to keep it like that, so we played acoustic guitar straight into the computer for a very dry, unique sound that I love. This was super quick with stream-of-consciousness lyrics. I wanted it to sound like you were in the room, like you were right next to me. It's very therapeutic to just kind of scream it in song form. The backing vocals on this are like the other side of your brain. We got asked questions about it early on, and there was this one interviewer who asked if I made the faces I made onstage in bed. My defense mechanism when stuff like that happens is just to try to make a joke out of it. Now, had someone said that to me, I probably would've punched them in the face. But as women, we're taught kind of just to always be pleasant and be polite. And I think that was my way of being polite and nice. Thank god things are changing a bit. We've been talking about shit like this forever, but I think now, finally, people are able to listen more intently. We got the feeling we wanted in the first take. And I've talked to so many other women about the same experience. I hate going in the guitar stores. Whatever felt good on this track, we just put it in. The production is bananas and bonkers, but it did really feel good. But to us it was exciting to have that crazy guitar solo and those drums. And the song basically explains what it feels like and just not knowing how to get out of it. You're just kind of drowning in this relationship, because the highs are high and the lows are extremely low. And knowing that you're so hard on yourself about the littlest things. But your partner can do no wrong. But it felt like the end to the chapter of the record—a good break before the next songs, which everyone knew. And you need to get your shit together and you need to look it in the face and know that you're here and work on yourself. We're very lucky that we each have two sisters as backup always. We wrote this with our friend Tobias Jesso Jr. , and we all just decided to write verses separately, which is rare for us. I wrote about losing a really close friend of mine at such a young age and going through a tragedy that was unexplainable. I still grapple with the meaning of that whole thing. It was one of the hardest times in my life, and it still is, but I was really lucky that I had two siblings that were really supportive during that time and really helped me get through it. If you talk to anybody that loses someone unexpectedly, you really do become a different person. I feel like I've had two chapters of my life at this point: before it happened and after it happened. But we loved everything about it. You can lose your confidence really quickly, but thankfully, people really liked it. Putting out this song really did give us back our confidence. I just couldn't stop thinking about how he was feeling. I get spooked really easily, but I felt like I had to buck the fuck up and be this kind of strong figure for him. I had to be this kind of sunshine, which was hard for me, but I feel like it really helped him. Being the summer when he was just in this dark, dark place. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. ppypeevv. apple. 22e65ade80a74c718b3abd576d6da09c? mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. Fike surged on the strength of songs that are more rhythmic and instrumentally complex than the average rap track. 5b7dea8a39d34c58a2e6500c93b3ff7e? mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. But we took it and let it be. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. anqyylko. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. rgb. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. imxchoao. apple. a3c85fff29e64685b5ab0ab1646b7bd6? mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. But some of that energy shines through. And I think that shines through. And I love a good pop reference. I wanted this to feel very vivid and bright. Nothing really seemed to be clicking and I was in a weather-induced funk. I was feeling some crazy seasonal depression. I wasn't in the mood to write uplifting music. And Zakk Cervini, our producer, came in with this idea for a fast, uptempo, Warped Tour-esque song. It's just not where my head was, so I made it a challenge for myself to make it work. In doing so, I started to take steps towards getting my head in a better place. It shaped the tone of the album, once I got over that hurdle. It's these intervals of six and then seven, which is not an easy time signature to write a pop melody around. It actually ended up working really, really well. It became this fun little math project. It's not like we're a sophisticated, techy math rock band, anyway. We're playing pop rock here at the end of the day. Knowing that all it really takes is just a connection with one other person out there can sometimes be the thing that gets you moving in the right direction again. And I think that sentiment echoes throughout the entire album. It was really cool and special. We write our dark songs late at night. The song's very reflective. I think it hearkens back to some of the woes throughout our career where we felt resentful towards people who didn't have the band's best interest in mind, and I got to speak to some of those things—just about how someone else's poison can poison you and it changes you as a person, and suddenly their toxicity is making you toxic. And so it only felt right to reach out to them and see if they wanted to be a part of it. Because it felt like, in some way, they had contributed to the writing of the song. They ended up enjoying the song and wanted to be a part of it. It was really fun. I love when you see some camaraderie between labelmates. So eventually we're going to have to make a Y'all Time Low record. It was cold, rainy, miserable. It was just a difficult time. I felt myself really weighed down by it all. I felt a little bit aimless and I didn't have a ton of direction. You could put it on almost any All Time Low record at any time in All Time's history and it would make sense, even though it sounds like the 2020 version of All Time Low. The lyrics of this song are all about loneliness and why you end up lonely. They're gay, and they don't feel like they're accepted in their own skin for who they are, or for who they want to love. You don't get to dictate how we live our lives. They aren't songwriters. If you'd told us back then that we would be doing this 15 years later, record number eight, I don't think we would have ever believed you. And I hope that shines through. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. rgb. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. apple. mzstatic. apple. apple. mzstatic. mzstatic. It just feels stupid, like wallowing. But my intrusive thoughts are about my personal life. That's what I was thinking about. It just felt rounded out to me to do that, to lead into this album. I like scary music. If you're afraid of something all the time, you're going to look for proof that it happened, or that it's going to happen. And if you're a miserable person who thinks that good people die young and evil corporations rule everything, there is enough proof in the world that that's true. But if you're someone who believes that good people are doing amazing things no matter how small, and that there's beauty or whatever in the midst of all the darkness, you're going to see that proof, too. It's about fighting back dark, evil murder thoughts and feeling like if I really want something, it happens, or it comes true in a totally weird, different way than I even expected. I just always want to be where I'm not, which I think is pretty not special of a thought, but it is true. With boygenius, we took a red-eye to play a late-night TV show, which sounds glamorous, but really it was hurrying up and then waiting in a fucking backstage for like hours and being really nervous and talking to strangers. I remember being like, 'This is amazing and horrible at the same time. I'm with my friends, but we're all miserable. We feel so lucky and so spoiled and also shitty for complaining about how tired we are. ' I miss the life I complained about, which I think a lot of people are feeling. I hope the parties are good when this shit [the pandemic] is over. I hope people have a newfound appreciation for human connection and stuff. I definitely will for tour. In my songwriting style, I feel like I actually stopped writing it earlier than I usually stop writing stuff. This is a simple tribute song. The worst way that it happens is like with a sweet fan, someone who is really trying to be nice and their hands are shaking, but they don't realize they're standing outside of your bus and you're trying to go to bed. And they talk to you for like 45 minutes, and you realize your reaction really means a lot to them, so you're trying to be there for them, too. And I guess that I'm terrified that when I hang out with Patti Smith or whatever that I'll become that for people. It was actually one of the first times we ever hung out. We ended up just talking forever and kind of shitting out this melody that I really loved, literally hanging out for five hours and spending 10 minutes on music. It's about a dead relationship, but it doesn't get to have any victorious ending. It's like you're bored and sad and you don't want drama, and you're waking up every day just wanting to have shit be normal, but it's not that great. He lives right by Children's Hospital, so when we were writing the song, it was like constant ambulances, so that was a depressing background and made it in there. You should talk about that. All right. ' The Better Oblivion record was such a learning experience for me, and I ended up getting so comfortable halfway through writing and recording it. By the time we finished a whole fucking record, I felt like I could show him a terrible idea and not be embarrassed—I knew that he would just help me. My friend Harry put it in the best way ever once. I mean, I definitely have weird beliefs that come from nothing. I wasn't raised religious. I do yoga and stuff. I think breathing is important. But that's pretty much as far as it goes. I like to believe that ghosts and aliens exist, but I kind of doubt it. Actually, it's really a lot more special than this, and you're special. It's actually totally different than you ever thought. I feel complex about every single person I've ever cared about, and I think that's pretty clear. The through line is that caring about someone who hates themselves is really hard, because they feel like you're stupid.

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