Blues Pills
Top Of The Sky
Pubblicato il 31/05/2024 da Lorenzo Becciani

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Zack Anderson from Blues Pills explains that "Top Of The Sky is actually about going anywhere and doing anything to seek attention on the internet" he continues "I was inspired by this documentary about an influencer in China who climbs buildings. He climbed a skyscraper and fell and died while streaming. It made me reflect on the age we live in where people are chasing attention and likes on social media, being willing to climb so high to try to find connection and approval online. “We're all trapped in that modern prison of social media, most people are affected by it, this attention seeking, wanting likes, when someone dies doing it, it puts it all into perspective, I am an advocate for digital detoxing, but it becomes hypocritical because we must use social media to push the band out there. But I do think it's creating a mental health epidemic. If I look at my own life, I feel more stressed the more I use my phone. It almost feels to me like when cigarettes were new, and they said there were no side effects. We still don't know what the long-term effects of intense social media use on mental health are. At the same time, I don't think it's all negative, but this extreme use, people are dying for likes.”

"I'll go anywhere for you my love
Nothing I wouldn't do for you my love
But it's a long way down, a long way down..."


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