Hello Buzzfamily! If you guys follow my posts, you’d know that I’ve been M.I.A. for a while. My life got a little crazy and I just completely lost motivation in everything. I don’t know if you guys have ever experienced that but it sucks. I felt like I wasn’t myself. I was battling with my health, my relationships, and other personal things. I know a lot of people go through these spells but it sucks when it happens to you. I felt lost and I didn’t know how to fix myself.
Just when I thought I’d lost all hope, Paramore comes out with a new song "Now".
I know, I know; it sounds crazy but this song healed me. It described exactly how I was feeling and what I was going through. I remember listening to it for the first time and just absorbing the words. I couldn’t stop listening to the song.
The lines “Lost the battle, win the war. I'm bringing my sinking ship back to the shore. We're starting over or head back in. There's a time and a place to die but this ain't it.” is what got my through whatever I was going through. I always say Paramore is one of my favorite bands but now I can say that with more confidence. This song saved me.
So this week, let’s appreciate the songs that save our lives and picks up our moods. Thank you Paramore, for helping me out.
While at the Pomona stop of Warped Tour this year, Echosmith took some time to chat with us about being on the tour two years in a row, what new bands we should check out, their gratitude for signing to Warner Bros. Records, and what to expect from the band for the rest of the year. Watch the full video PV Q&A above.
Hey Buzznet, my name is Kash. I'm a college student who loves music, writing, and just being with friends. Follow me as I blog about music, tv shows, and much more. I'm also a very friendly person so feel free to talk to me :)
I like singing, and being with friends and family, listening to music, writing songs and short stories
Crooklyn, Sweeney Todd, and anything else thats a drama or comedy.
Favorite TV Shows:
anime, cartoons, glee
The Chronicles of Narnia, The Giver, the hunger games, The Perks of being a Wallflower, Gregor the Overlander, The Fault in our Stars, Looking for Alaska