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  1. I’m a little late to the party on this today, but are we 100% sure that “Breaking Up Slowly” will be on the album as a collab w/ Nikki Lane, or just on the album (aka Nikki only sung it with her for fun on stage)?
  2. thank you!!!!! that’s cause he’s NOT at all a Christian artist. literally not even close I’ve been a fan of matt maeson since his EP days. y’all should really listen to “cringe.” his whole catalogue is super dark and mostly about drug use and addiction. “go easy,” “i just don’t care that much,” and “straight razor” are my other faves aside from hallucinogenics.
  3. I’m not worried and personally loved NFR but here’s a ~hot take~ that could maybe provide some hope to those who are. FWIW, I produce my own music from home and am a music reviewer for a medium-sized outlet and here’s what my ears tell me: The LMYLAW snippet leads me to believe that COTCC will be a really beautiful hybrid of old BTD/Paradise era (mostly Paradise) tricks revisited with new NFR maturity in both sonics and production. The way this could meet, with a “Midwestern” vibe (I’m also Midwestern! Lol), to me says there’ll be a vibe kind of like Bruce Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire” - one of the premiere tracks to really bring light synths/electronics into folk/Americana music. You can hear it in the snippet—TJF’s drums almost sound like a softer, slowed version of those in “I’m On Fire,” and much of Jack’s work has been inspired by Springsteen. But it will also bring in some auto-tune, bass, and synth that we’ve come to love from tracks like “Cinnamon Girl” and her whole early catalog. To me, the hushed heartbeat drums in the snippet were reminiscent of a softer “American” - and even the lyrics “let me hold you like a baby” versus “just like a baby, spin me ‘round like a child” seem similar. But you can also hear tinges of production and composition similar to “the greatest” and “Mariners.” I really believe this will be her BTD/P-NFR hybrid era, and I’m here for it! Hope this gives someone excitement! Don’t give up after 9 seconds!! It will be beautiful.
  4. Been an LB lerker from Reddit but after the video was posted yesterday I had so many thoughts I needed to share! I think the Grey Gardens vibes is an aesthetic preview! I think the video was intended to be a kitschy/satirical play on that documentary (as opposed to some people saying it seemed weird/sad). Grey Gardens is about two lost cousins of Jackie Kennedy living in poverty (literally hidden in a decaying house surrounded by rich folk of the Hamptons)! She even calls Jack “Little Edie,” a person from the documentary, in one of her captions. I think it could possibly be a hint of the COTCC aesthetic, like focusing on the run-down area or decay around a nice country club (i.e. those who are only able to see the chemtrails over it and will never be invited inside). Which is maybe why she’s referencing Midwestern states like Arkansas in her sound and vibe and saying the record feels very Midwestern. It would be a throwback to her trailer park and “Queen of the Gas Station” kitschy glamor vibes !!!!! WE ARE *L I V I N G* ~ Also, singing about the people who will never be in the country club but can see the chemtrails over it kind of parallels what she‘s been saying about dying an underdog (cough cough fruitless Grammy noms), or acting the same way as other artists but not being accepted in the same way, etc (her question for the culture ideas)
  5. Been an LB lerker from Reddit but after the video was posted yesterday I had so many thoughts I needed to share! I think the Grey Gardens vibes is an aesthetic preview! I think the video was intended to be a kitschy/satirical play on that documentary (as opposed to some people saying it seemed weird/sad). Grey Gardens is about two lost cousins of Jackie Kennedy living in poverty (literally hidden in a decaying house surrounded by rich folk of the Hamptons)! She even calls Jack “Little Edie,” a person from the documentary, in one of her captions. I think it could possibly be a hint of the COTCC aesthetic, like focusing on the run-down area or decay around a nice country club (i.e. those who are only able to see the chemtrails over it and will never be invited inside). Which is maybe why she’s referencing Midwestern states like Arkansas in her sound and vibe and saying the record feels very Midwestern. It would be a throwback to her trailer park and “Queen of the Gas Station” kitschy glamor vibes !!!!! WE ARE *L I V I N G* ~ Also, singing about the people who will never be in the country club but can see the chemtrails over it kind of parallels what she‘s been saying about dying an underdog (cough cough fruitless Grammy noms), or acting the same way as other artists but not being accepted in the same way, etc (her question for the culture ideas)
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