Favourite Albums of 2018 (in no particular order)
There actually weren’t many albums that I liked this year so here are my top four-ish. (So very different from last year.)
1. M A N I A by Fall Out Boy
I’ll stop wearing black when they make a darker colour.
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Just for warning, there will be at least two more days with the letter F. (Seems like a lot of my favourite bands start with the letter F.)
Tread carefully now. This is where Anna opens up her heart and talks about the past and gets all poetic.
1. What draws me to this particular artist’s music?
I discovered Fall Out Boy two years ago during the spring, just in time for tragedy to strike in my own life. I’m not going to go into details, but looking in retrospective, I realize how good God is. This band grew very close to my heart, the songs sometimes being the only comfort I have. I’ve never met Pete Wentz, but from reading his lyrics and closing my eyes and listening to the words, he really knew just how I was feeling. During the worst times, I imagined Pete and Patrick to be two sides of my guardian angel, being my little cheerleaders. You can do this, Anna, they’d say. You can get up and go to class. or I know it’s cold, but you can get off the train and make it to school. It’s okay. You can do this. (Definitely incorporating this into one of my novels.)
While I don’t listen to this band anywhere as much as I used to, they’re still quite close to my heart. I absolute detest the sound of their latest song, but that’s okay. I’ve moved on from Fall Out Boy and they’ve moved on, too. I still like their older music better than their newer, anyway. Those are the songs that will always stay with me.
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