Strange dreams have tormented me through the night
Reading between my lines
Bringing me everything I left behind
My pages are still wet with tears, Aye Cuba
Me has cambiado pie Sizemore
Me dista vida nueva
Yo nunca te olvidare
A vivir se bale le pena
A morir no se terminara la vida
Que perfecta esta la energia
Que maneja el mar
(You have changed me forever
I will never forget you
To live is worth the pain
To die is not to end life
How perfect is the energy
That drives the sea)
Looks so good in a suit!
Credit to @AugustBradley
So, PFA have released a new single today. Its a song known by 100 Monkeys fans called Wicked Little Things. That alone worried me as the band seem to be living off the former glory of two of the band members.
Saying that, I like it. I’ve only listened once and it got my toe tapping (yes, the right one) and the bass is amazing in it. Not keen on the ridiculously long intro, but all in all, the single’s a win for me.
As many of you know, the weekend just past was a special one. SBL happened in Madison, Wisconsin. PFA and Mechanical People both performed (along with other great acts) and I am not going into all that now as I didn’t watch all of the stream and haven’t had a chance to catch up with the videos. I’ll save that for another post.
I haven’t been online much the last week or so because of the crap flying around the fandom and I have more important things to worry about, but I have heard that some people have said that when thy watched PFA perform at SBL that they forgot all about 100 Monkeys. How is that possible?
I mean seriously, 2 of the ban members were in 100 Monkeys, the band was formed BECAUSE of 100 Monkeys and they perform 100 Monkeys songs. I’m
All for allowing the band having their own identity away from 100 Monkeys, but to say that they were forgotten is, in my opinion, simply saying what you think PFA want to hear.
Yes, they are there own entity and that is to be applauded and recognised, but to disregard their origins is wrong and a little stupid. That would be like me saying I’m from Birmingham because I have lived here for 13 years, completely ignoring the fact that I spent my formative years in London. Those years formed who i am and how I think/speak/act. To ignore 100 Monkeys in support of PFA is similar.
This is simply what I think, but I wish others would stop fawning and start being honest out of fear of offending the masses.