Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Thank you guys!

Hello there! Okay, so, this post is going to be like, you know, a deep one. I'm sorry, this is not about bands, or youtubers, or music. This post is for you all.
I wanted to dedicate this post to all of you, to the ones who read my blogs, the ones who read the stuff I post on wattpad, the ones who follow me on twitter and support what I do and I'm trying to do, the ones who interact with me, the ones who like the pictures I post, the ones who share my stuff... or basically I prefer to say the ones who are here. No matter what exactly is what you do, the fact that you're reading this right now is something I'm thankful for. 
I know you might be thinking that it's nothing or soever, but it isn't anything. 
Among my blogs, I've recently reached over 14K reads, and that's so freaking amazing! Also my first novel that I'm publishing on wattpad just reached 1K reads last week. Those things might seem like not a big deal, but for me it's just beyond amazing. And it's beause of you. 
Now that it's 31th December and we only have a few hours left until it ends, I wanted to take some time and thank you guys, because you're the ones who did that. 
On the other hand, I guess you probably know that on twitter, or here, or everywhere of the internet where I can I'm trying to help those who are having a hard time in everything I can. And, the fact that actually some of you come to me and trust me telling me your problems and stuff, it means a lot as well. I only do it because I want to help others, and I'm not asking anything for doing that. However, when some of you come to me on twitter, instagram, or anywhere on the internet and tell me that somehow I've helped you, whether by talking to you or with the stuff I post... I don't really have enough words to express how much that means to me. When I say that it means the world to me to hear that, I really mean it. I wish I could just show you how much that means, to prove you that, but, for now, you'll have to believe my word because I don't know how to really show you that. 
You're just amazing, you support me, you even offer me your own help if I'm feeling down, you read the stuff I post, you do everything I could even ask for. 
I guess that I have nothing else to say. I want to keep doing what I'm currenly doing, and I hope to get to more people and you know, reach out to those who need it and feel like they have no one to turn to. We could try to reach 5K followers on twitter this new year that it coming ;)
Just thank you all so much for everything, and I really hope you have a happy new year and enjoy this day and you have an amazing new year. You definitely deserve it, I hope you believe that :) HAPPY NEW YEAR! 

Saturday, December 27, 2014

10 Acoustic Covers You Must Watch!

Hey guys! First of all, I hope you all had a nice Christmas day, and you're enjoying your vacations :) 
For the last few months, every month, I've been posting covers of different kind that I consider a must watching, or at least that I personally enjoyed myself watching, and, for that reason I'm sharing them with you. 
Today, I'm showing you 10 acoustic covers that I think you'll enjoy. These covers are covers of rock/metal/pop punk songs. 
Since all are covers of different songs, the order I'm putting them up has nothing to do with their quality, because I consider that comparing covers unless they're from a same song, it's not correct or accurate. 

1. Cody McManus - Hold On (originally by Good Charlotte): 

2. Mathieu Dos Santos - Sunrise (originally by Our Last Night): 

3.  Daniel Lopes - Perfect (originally by Simple Plan): 

4. Lukes Odenthal - Adam's Song (originally by Blink-182): 

5. Alex Vidal - The Runaway (originally by The Word Alive): 

6. Nathan Sims - Lost It All (originally by Black Veil Brides): 

7. Brackston from Fare Thee Well - Jumper (originally by Third Eye Blind): 

8. SayWeCanFly - Hold On Till May (originally by Pierce The Veil):

9. Austin Jones - Drown (originally by Bring Me The Horizon):

10. Janick Thibault - Time Is Running Out (originally by Muse): 

These are the covers. I hope you enjoyed them as much as I did! What do you think of them? Let me know your thoughts of the covers, and, if you know any acoustic covers which are cool, feel free to share them with me! I love listening to acoustic covers and finding some good unknown artists too :) Have a nice day! 

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Merry Christmas!

Hi everyone! It's already 24th December, and, although Christmas is tomorrow, since I don't know whether I'll post tomorrow or not, I wanted to say merry Christmas to everyone! 
And, since Christmas is almost here, I thought that the best way of showing that is sharing with you guys some really cool pop-punk covers of Christmas songs that I've discovered recently, and some that I already knew. 
Personally, if my family allows me to choose the music we'll be listening to in Christmas, I'll show them these tracks. Maybe they'll hate me after that because they're not much into my music, but, I don't really care. Everyone needs some pop-punk in their lives, right? I hope you enjoy these tracks: 

I hope you all have a merry Christmas and have an amazing time, love you guys, you all are awesome! 

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Suck it Up

Hey guys! How are you doing? Yesterday, I discovered in YouTube a small band that I really liked, and I thought that it would be a good idea to write a post about them, called Suck it Up.
Suck it Up is a pop-punk band from Florida (I think, I'm not pretty sure about that). I'm really glad to say that this really is a pop-punk band. It had been  while since I last found a band labelled as "pop-punk" which was really pop-punk, and finding one like this was definitely something great! 
This band is an awesome proof that pop-punk's definitely not dead! Suck it Up seems like the 90's/oo's pop-punk bands, and for me, the 00's were some of the best years of music, it's great that these guys want to bring it back again. With a vibe similar to Blink-182 (if you like them, probably you'll enjoy listening to these guys), I dare to say that Blink-182 is one of their biggest influences. 
Well, it seems like this band is one of those ready to save pop-punk, and they're doing that pretty well, giving a good rendition to the label "pop-punk band". I believe these guys will go far, they have talent, and they make great music. 
Below you can give one of their songs a listen. This song is my favorite one of them, I hope you like it as well. Also this kind of music video is something that I really enjoy watching, and nowadays it's hard to find much videos like this one, although in the 00's they were very popular: 

Saturday, December 20, 2014


Hi there! The other day in class we were listening to "Demons" by Imagine Dragons, and I started to think about the song, and I came to the conclussion that it's an amazing song to talk about. 
You've probably listened to this song, because it's really often on the radio. I don't usually like the music that is played on radios, actually I kinda hate most of the music that's on the radio. First of all, I'm not much into music genres like pop, and, second and the most important reason is because most of the music on the radio is empty and without meaning. However, this song isn't like most of those songs, and there's a really deep meaning behind it, so it's the kind of song that I like to talk about here. 
Imagine Dragons is a band that I really enjoy listening to, their songs are really good. 
This song is, for me, about how we all feel sometimes. It's about the "dark" part of us, about how we really feel inside and how we all have "demons" inside of us. 
The part of this song that really got me most was the chorus. Not because it's the chorus and for that reason is the part of the song that is supposed to hook you to the song. It was because of the really deep and true meaning of it. "Look into my eyes, it's where my demons hide", I think that people don't usually notice that, but, the part that shows our feelings the most is our eyes. People look at the smile, but, come on, haven't you ever faked a smile? I have, and you too. To fake a smile is really easy, but, the eyes always tell the truth. It's where you can see the "demons". I think that that's why sometimes when we know someone's not okay, we say "look into my eyes and tell me you're fine". When I want to know if someone's fine or not, rather than looking to their smile, I look into their eyes. 
Also there's another part of the song that is, for me, so beautiful: "I can't escape this now, unless you show me how". I feel like this part is expressing how we all need sometimes someone to help us, to show us the way out, right? 
Other thing that I must mention is the video, that is dedicated to Tyler Robinson, who lost his life to cancer in 2013. And, most of the video shows different people, and it shows their lives, what's inside of them but we cannot see. It shows how we all have things that cannot be seen, but still are part of us. Those are our demons. 
What are your thoughts of the song? Below you can listen to the song while watching the video, and you can let me know what you think: 

Monday, December 15, 2014

"The Kids Aren't Alright"

Hey guys! I've got great news for you! The alternative rock/pop punk band Fall Out Boy has released today a new single from their new album: American Beauty/American Psycho which will be out in January. The single is called "The Kids Aren't Alright". The music is very catchy and the lyrics are pretty cool :) For me, it's such a great song, and it has lit up my day to see that they had uploaded a new single and then listen to it and finding it so awesome. Have you listened to it? If so, what did you think of the song? Oh, and you can already pre-order the CD on iTunes! 
PS.: yes, I thought they had done a cover of the song by The Offpring too, but the song is awesome anyway. 
Below I'm posting the song so you can give it a listen: 

Sunday, December 14, 2014

The Young and the Hopeless Album Review

Hey there! Today I was listening to the album 'The Young and the Hopeless' by Good Charlotte and I realized that it's been a long while since I last posted a review of an album, and I thought that it might be cool to write a review of this album. 
First of all, I'll talk a little bit about the band in case you don't know them for you to get to know about them. Good Charlotte is a pop-punk/alternative rock band from Waldorf, Maryland (US). The band was formed in 1995 and is currently on a hiatus. The band is currenltly formed by the twins Joel (vocals) and Benji Madden (guitar and vocals), Paul Thomas (bass), Billy Martin (guitar) and Dean Butterworth (drums). They're released five albums, and this one I'm talking about is the second one. 
This album was released in 2002, the 1st October. All the songs of it were written by Joel and Benji Madden, except 'The Anthem' (which was also written by John Feldman) and 'A New Beginning' (which was written by Benji Madden and Eric Valentine). The music style of this album is a pop-punk/punk rock style. The album has five singles: 'Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous', 'The Anthem', 'Girls & Boys', 'The Young & the Hopeless' and 'Hold On'. 
The album was released with the label "Epic Records", which is part of Sony Music, and the album is similar in some ways to the first album, but, in my opinion, is better. 
Now it's time to the 'track by track': 
- A New Beginning: the first track of the album is an instrumental song, and the only instrumental song of the album. It's a good way to start the album and to introduce the song that comes next. 
- The Anthem: this song follows amazingly the "punk spirit", not only with the rhythm and the instrumental, the lyrics about being different, about being yourself, and not being  a"trend" mixed with a video that fits is perfectly make an amazing punk song. I talked about this song here:
- Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous: the third track follows a similar music style than the second one, and a really good one. The lyrics are about famous people, and about how they complain about everything and, in the end, they wouldn't survive or wouldn't stand it to live like "normal people" for a week, or even for a day. I find the lyrics pretty accurate. 
- Wondering: the music style is similar in this song aswell, but the instrumental is pretty different at the same time (that's not something bad, the instrumental is cool). The lyrics are pretty different though. Well, they're about love and talking about the feelings towards someone they're in love. 
- The Story Of My Old Man: this song, besides having an amazing instrumental, it's got a deep meaning. I'm not saying the other ones didn't. The song is about Joel and Benji's father, who left his family leaving their mother alone with four children and is warning people with a father like them not to end up like their fathers. 
- Girls & Boys: this is the most "pop" song of the album, but, even though the song says "not funny", for me is the funniest one. In the lyrics they talk about girls and it's like a critic of the fact that they say girls like cars and money. For me, it's a rad song, and the video is really funny. 
- My Bloody Valentine: this song comes back to a similar music style as the other songs, and the lyrics are about a murder for love. 
- Hold On: this is my favorite song from the album, and my favorite one of this band. The instrumental of this song is quieter, I'd consider it a rock ballad. The lyrics are really powerful, deep and emotional. It's about hope, and about not giving up, and a suicide prevention song with a suicide prevention video. I'd like to talk about this song in a post soon, so stay tuned for that!
- Riot Girl: this song comes again with a pop punk style and a pretty nice instrumental. The lyrics are about a pretty rebelious girl, which happens to be his girl as the lyrics say. 
- Say Anything: this song is one of the quietest songs of the album, and I would almost consider it an acoustic song. It's an emotional song about friendship and how it can change and how things can really change between two friends. 
- The Day That I Die: the instrumental and rhythm of this song is quieter than the other songs but faster than the one of 'Say Anything'. The lyrics of the song are basically a suicide note. One thing different in this song than the others is that Benji Madden sings lead vocals and Joel Madden sings back-up vocals. 
- The Young and the Hopeless: this track comes back with the punk rock style and with a fast rhythm that will make you want to jump. The lyrics are really cool, and are about being lost, being wrong, being young, being hopeless, being troublesome, and after all that, getting up and trying to win even though it's you against this world. 
- Emotionless: this is an acoustic song, and although the title says otherwise, the song is definitely full of emotion. The lyrics are about Joel and Benji's dad again, and it's like a letter to him, to tell him how life has been for them since he left, how hard it was for them to go on since he left, and how they're okay. 
- Movin' On: againg Good Charlotte come back with the pop punk style with an amazing instrumental. The lyrics are about life itself, about the feelings of life and all that.
So this was 'The Young and the Hopeless' review, I hope you liked it, and I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it! Let me know below in the comments your thoughts of it, and thanks for reading :) 
Below I'm posting a video of the first single of the album: "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" so you can give it a listen: 

"Never Too Late"

Hello there guys! It's been some time since my last post on here, and I apologize for that. I had exams so I didn't have much time to write on here. This is my 100th post here, and I wanted to write it about something with an especial meaning for me. Don't give me to wrong, everything I write here has an especial meaning for me, but I've been wanting to write a post about this for a long time and I'm doing that now. 
I'm going to write about a song called "Never Too Late" by Three Days Grace. If you follow me on twitter or you have been reading this blog since the beginning (if that's the case you're honestly awesome) you'll know that my name on twitter is 'Never Too Late' and the name of this blog used to be that one too. Yes, I use that name because of the song, and what it means to me. 
My mother language isn't English, so when I first listen to a song, I don't always understand it. I understand some things and maybe the whole song if I'm paying complete attention to it, but if I'm listening to it not paying complete attention, I don't usually understand it. When I first listened to this song, everything was different. 
I remember exaclty the moment when I first listened to it, so I'll share it with you. I had just listened to 'Scars' by Papa Roach, thanks to a recommendation on twitter, and I saw on the youtube suggestions box this song. I liked the title, so I just clicked it. Then I started doing other stuff while listening to the song; I wasn't even paying attention to the video. The music was cool, but I wasn't paying attention to the lyrics. Suddenly, right in the part of the chorus, something made me pay attention to the lyrics. What I had just heard was something that shocked me. What did I do? I started listening to the whole song again since the beginning, and I ended up shocked. Not in a bad way, in a good way. 
The message of the song was something absolutely amazing, the point was that I could relate it to it a lot and it just left me speechless. I love how it says that you can change things, you can things turn around, no matter what. Sometimes we all feel like things cannot be changed and that it's impossible to get out alive, but there's hope, there's always hope. As Three Days Grace says: it's never too late. You might think your life is over, but it definitely isn't. Never give up, please. That's what this song is about, not giving up at all. 
The lyrics just spoke to me in a way I can't describe with words. When I say this song means a lot to me, I don't say it because now it seems 'cool' to say those things or whatever, I say it because this song has taught me a lot and has definitely help me through a lot. 
It's such a powerful song, and I think I could write a lot about what the song is about, but I prefer it if you guys check that by yourselves. 
I hope you liked this post, and I want to thank to everyone of you who read this blog, it means a lot! Let me know below in the comments what you think of the blog and this post, and if you've listened to the song before, what it means to you. 
I'm not going to post the official video because I thought it'd be better to post a live version of it with an amazing introdution by Adam Gontier:
"This song is about feeling like you wanna give up on everything. It's about feeling like you don't really belong here anymore. And it's about wanting to sort of end everything. But, really this song is about not giving up at all. It's called: Never Too Late"

Sunday, December 7, 2014

'The Perks Of Being A Wallflower' Review

Hey guys! Today I decided to do something quite different from everything I usually do. I thought that it might be cool to do a review of a book. The book I chose is: The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, a teenage novel by Steven Chbosky.
The book is about Charlie, a teenager who writes letters to someone and tells that person about his life and stuff. Charlie doesn't have any friends after his best friend killed himself, and he's trying to find his place. 
When he first starts in high school, he's all alone and people make fun of him for being "weird", and a "nerd". But, he meets Patrick and Sam, and he becomes their friend, and makes more friends. 
I'm not going to tell more about the story itself because I don't want to spoil any of you if you haven't read the book or watched the film. 
Personally, I love that book. It's my favorite book at the moment, and I've read it like three times and watched the film three times too. Yes, I'm obsessed with it. The biggest reason why this book is my favorite one is because I relate to it a lot. I relate to Charlie a lot; even my friends when we watched the film together said that I was like Charlie (I don't know if that's good or bad, but, whatever). His personality and mine are pretty similar actually. He over thinks every little thing, pays much attention to the little details, and that's basically what I do most of the time. And, I feel like I'm not the only one who's that way, so that feeling is awesome. If you're shy, keep everything to yourself, over think stuff, or basically feel alone, I think you should read the book. Anyway I would recommend this book to every teenager out there, and I'm not kidding. But, especially to the open-minded. 
I hope you liked this review, let me know your thoughts below in the comments, and if you'd like me to do book reviews more times!

Saturday, December 6, 2014


Hello there guys! Today I decided to talk about a pop-punk band from Barcelona, Spain, called 'Daylight'. 
They were formed in 2004, and the band is currently formed by: Olek Burek (vocalist and bassist), Wojtek Burek (vocalist and guitarist), Victor Vera (drummer) and Alber Domenech (guitarist). If you like bands like New Found Glory, A Day To Remember or Simple Plan, you'll probably like these guys!
Their style is a pretty amazing pop-punk, and their lyrics are pretty cool! They keep alive the feeling that most pop-punk songs give you, which is really cool ;) It makes me happy to hear bands like this, especially because I'm from Spain, and bands like this give me hope in music from my country :) This band is great to put you into a good mood and put a smile on your face. 
They have recently released a new album called: One More Fight. I really like it, it's an awesome album! If you guys like the idea, maybe I'll review it in the holidays! 
Meanwhile, below I'm posting one of their songs, called "Now Or Never", from their last album, which is an awesome song, so you can check them out and let me know what you think:


Monday, December 1, 2014

Drow Kid

Hey everyone! December has just arrived, and with it Christmas will arrive very soon and since that means vacation, I'll be able to post a lot once vacations start! I'm planning some cool stuff to do in my twitter account and in my YouTube channel and I'll start with it as soon as I finish my exams :) Also I've started writing a fanfiction and when my vacations start I'll probably start to publish it on wattpad, so stay tuned for that! This is my wattpad user so if you follow me there you'll be able to read it as soon as I publish it:
Okay, now that I've finished saying what might have been boring for you, I'm back with what this blog is mostly about. I decided to write the first post of December about an alternative/acoustic/indie artist, called Joel Poe, also known as Drow Kid.
Joel Poe was born in Cuba, in 1993, the 6th October. He was raised in Madrid, Spain, and then moved to Florida. He learned to play the piano when he was only 5 years old, and was known as a prodigy by the age of 10. Also he was a pupil of Amy Lee, lead singer of Evanescence. 
He has a YouTube channel where he uploads covers and also original songs. Most of the music I listen to is rock, but I love his music. There's a lot of emotion in his music, and it's really beautiful. His piano playing is completely beautiful and so is his singing. 
For you to appreciate the beauty of his music, I'm posting below one of his originals, called "Let It Out", which is definitely worth listening to. The song is about Joel's self harm story and how he was able to put an end to it. It's very inspiring, and the message is really true and, if you're going through some stuff like that, give this song a try, it'll probably help you. I listen to it when I'm feeling down, hope it helps you too <3

Saturday, November 29, 2014

End of November's news!

Hey guys! What's up? I'm here to bring you some news that you might be interested to hear about!
A few days ago, the pop punk band Simple Plan played live in the Simple Plan Foundation a new song from their 5th album. The song is called 'Boom'. The style kind of follows the style of their last album, 'Get Your Heart On!', what do you think of it? Below you can listen to it; I loved it, what about you?

On the other hand, the post-hardcore/metalcore band 'Vidiam' released their song "Change The Fate". They're not very known, but they're amazing, and so is their song. I loved it, you should definitely give it a try! Below you can check it out: 

And, to finish, I wanted to tell you about a new YouTube channel that you might be interested about, called 'My Digital Escape'. It's a YouTube channel where some well-known youtubers such as BryanStars, Johnie Guilbert, Austin Jones (singer), Alex Ramos (viner), Kyle David Hall, Jordan Sweeto and Alex Dorame, will upload a video each youtuber one day a week! It's pretty rad, below I'm posting the very first video of it below so you can check it out:

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Jannik Brunke

Hello there! Today I decided to talk about a solo artist. He's called Jannik Brunke, and he's a 18-years-old musician from Germany. He plays covers on YouTube, but he also has original songs. He plays the guitar, the piano, the bass, the drums, and sings (I don't know if he plays any instrument more). His covers are totally amazing, and so are his originals! I love the ones in English, and the ones in German are cool too, but I can't understand a thing honestly... maybe I get to learn some German listening to Jannik's music ;) I'd consider his music some sort of energic pop, which is pretty good. Although his music started fitting more into a pop punk style! You can notice that style in the song "Stay or Go". That's the song I'm posting below for you guys to give him a listen. It's actually my favorite song by him, it's a really cool song in my opinion. It reminds me of some of my favorite pop punk songs somehow, and since pop punk is one of my favorite music subgenres, that's absolutely awesome.
So you can check it out and tell me what you think of it: 

Sunday, November 23, 2014

"Where Would We Be Now"

Hey there! How are you guys doing? I hope you all are doing well :) 
So, today, I was listening to "Where Would We Be Now" by Good Charlotte, and I started thinking about the song, and I thought that it'd be a good idea to write a post about it. 
I really like this song, it's so beautiful. That piano and that sound fits the lyrics pretty well. 
But, as usual, I'll talk about the lyrics more. 
Don't you ever wonder how your life would be like if something small had been different? Don't you ever wonder how everything would be like if you had made a different decision? Don't you ever wonder how it would be if you hadn't met someone or if you had met someone before? 
I'm beating around the bush, and I'm sorry about that. I know I'm not talking about what the song itself might mean, but I'm talking about what it makes me think about, what it makes me feel, so I guess it's not that wrong. 
"I keep my true thoughts locked", I think that most of us do that sometimes. I do that most of the time. For me, it's what I've been doing for my whole life, so it's not something weird. And I guess that some of you have been doing that too, even though it's not really the best thing to do. 
Now coming back to the song, the song is about that, it's about a relationship and wondering what the relationship would be like if things had been different in the past. 
So what do you think? What do the lyrics make you feel? What do you think about when you listen to the song? 
Below I'm posting the song so you can give it a listen: 

Friday, November 21, 2014

More Than Most

Hey there! Today, I decided to write a post about a band called 'More Than Most'. I first listened to this band after they followed me in one of my twitter accounts, and I followed them back and I checked out their latest single 'You're Not Alone' and I couldn't stop listening to them. That's why I decided to write about them. 
More Than Most is an alternative rock band from London, UK. It's formed by: Izzy Stylez, Leandro Leonardi, Daniel Allan, Mokhat Saib and Cole Solem. The band was formed in August of 2013. They have released two music videos so far. The first one, "Remember Who You Are", was released the 23th February of this year. And, the second one, "You're Not Alone", was released the 8th August of this year aswell. 
In my opinion, this band is amazing. They have really good instrumentals in their songs, and the rhythms are pretty good; you can listen to the songs over and over and they don't feel repetitive, which is great! Also, the vocals and lyrics of the songs are amazing. The lyrics are deep and meaningful, which is what I appreciate the most in a song. Also they have released a cover of the song "Drown" (originally by Bring Me The Horizon).
The song I'm going to post here to show you guys this band, is the one I listened to first: "You're Not Alone". It's a great song musically, but what really got me into this band was that the lyrics had a really powerful meaning, and I think that many people can relate to it. At least I related to it somehow and it gave me a good feeling, a positive one. I think it'd be better to describe it as a feeling of hope. I love the message of the song. Below I'm posting it so you can check it out by yourselves and let me know what you think: 

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

"Me Against The World"

Hello guys! Last month, reviewing Simple Plan's album 'Still Not Getting Any', I said that I would like to write about the song "Me Against The World", and that's what I'm going to do now. 
I really love this song, and especially its lyrics. The instrumental: drums, guitars, bass... are amazing, and so are the vocals. But what I want to focus on now is the lyrics. 

The lyrics of the song are a critic towards society, about today's society. They talk about how in this society, people try to put down those who are different, those who think different than them. In this society, if you're "different", it's wrong. It's wrong to be different, and that shouldn't be that way. Why? Because being different is being unique, and every person is unique. Why should we be afraid of showing we're different then? 

As Simple Plan says, it's like they want to change everyone's mind until everyone's the same. Sometimes, it totally feels like you're alone against the world, as they say. Do you ever feel that? Do you ever feel like it's you against the world? Because I do. And, I think that feeling like that sometimes motivates you to prove people wrong, to show them that they're not right. Also I have the belief that not everyone is like the "robots" this society has created, I believe that there's more people who thinks that this society is doing wrong, that more people think that something has to be changed. I really hope so, and listening to songs like this one, I can get a proof that there is people who think the same, because that's what the song is about. You know what? We might be a nightmare, a disaster, a lost cause, not a hero, or whatever society tells us. But we have to do what Simple Plan guys tell: prove them wrong. 

I hope you liked this post, below you can let me know what you think of it and if you agree with me or not! Below you can also give the song a listen in case you haven't:

Monday, November 17, 2014

Punk Goes Pop 6!

Hey there! As some of you might know, today it was released 'Punk Goes Pop 6'. 'Punk Goes...' is a series of CDs released by the label Fearless Record, with a lot of different volumens, in which punk/rock... bands cover songs of different genres and turn them into punk songs. As the title says, 'Punk Goes Pop' turns pop songs into punk songs. 
Thanks to a full stream of the album on YouTube by Fearless Records, even if you didn't get the album yet, we all have had the chance of listening to all the songs, have you? 
I'll give you my opinion about it by the way.
I won't lie, I have to admit I've listened to 'Punk Goes Pop' albums way better than this one. I'm not saying this one is bad, this one is good, I like it. Actually there are some covers that actually kill it! I'm only talking in general. 
Anyway, this one is good, and I like the covers way more than the originals, which is awesome and doesn't disappoint! And, some of them are really good, so you can check it out and listen to the album so you can tell me what you think of it. Some covers are sick and I can't stop listening to them; there are some great bands on it! 
Below I'm posting the official video of the cover by Tyler Carter featuring Luke Holland of the song "Ain't It Fun" (originally by Paramore) so you can give it a listen:

Sunday, November 16, 2014


Hello guys! Last August, reviewing Our Last Night's EP "Oak Island", I mentioned that I wanted to write a post about a song that comes from it called "Sunrise". Today, I was listening to the EP while finishing my homework and decided that today's post would be about that song.
The song was written by Trevor Wentworth (singer and sreamer) and Matt Wentworth (guitarist and singer). They watched a documentary called "Bully" with their family, and that documentary inspired a lot of the lyrics of the song, as they said at the end of the video. 
For me, it was the first song I ever listened by this band, and the song that got me into them. Basically the song was on YouTube's suggestions box and I just clicked in the video and watched it. 
First of all, after I heard them say that the documentary "Bully" had inspired them to write the lyrics, I decided to watch the documentary. I'm not going to lie, I cried, and a lot. The documentary has got a lot of parts that are completely heartbreaking. You can search it and watch it if you want to. I think it's a really good choice to watch it, especially if you don't know how much bullying can affect people. 
Second, now talking about the song itself. I think that the song has a lot of power, positive power, but it definitely depends of the person who listens to it. In the bridges, they are describing what life itself is like to some kids, to some teenagers who suffer from bullying and who are affected by words said by others. And, in the chorus, there's a really clear hope message by Our Last Night to those kids, teenagers.
I've never been bullied, or at least I don't consider that what people have done to me can be considered as bullying, but there's a lot of people who have told me things that I've never forgotten and I'll never forget and that have really affected me negatively and have hurt me. And, when I listen to this song, it gives me hope. This song, whenever I'm feeling down, for any reason, it makes me feel way better. I don't know how to describe it, but it's so amazing the power this song has. 
I guess I only have a few things more to say. If you think that words cannot affect other people, you're really wrong. You shoud watch what you say, because you'll never know who's hurting, who's fighting to stay alive. I know I'm very annoying with this, but bullying isn't stopping, and it totally has to stop. It kills people, guys, we have to stop this. 
And, if you're hurting, if people are letting you down, just remember that this world is a better place with you in it, and that people trying to put you down aren't better than you. You're not alone, I'm always here to listen and to support you all. I totally mean that, so message me anywhere and I'll try my best to help you.
Below you can listen to the song and let me know what you think of it:

Friday, November 14, 2014

10 Drum Covers You Must Watch!

Hey guys! Last month, I wrote a post with 1o "Rock Covers You Must Watch", and today I decided to do something kind of similar to that. But, instead of rock covers, I'm doing "10 Drum Covers You Must Watch". 
There's a lot of great drummers out there, not only in the bands you might know. Also, people don't usually realize how important a drummer is in a band. Well, every member is as important as the others, some people just can't see that, sadly. 

1. Matt McGuire - 'Shadow Moses' by Bring Me The Horizon:

2. Otto from MadCraft - 'Damned If I Do Ya' by All Time Low:

3. Luke Holland - 'The Sinner' by Memphis May Fire:

4. Ricky Ficarelli - 'Hell Above' by Pierce The Veil:

5. Simon Williams - 'Ordinary Life' by Simple Plan:

6. Caleb Talbot - 'I Don't Wanna Be In Love' by Good Charlotte: 

7. David Kloos - 'Welcome to the Black Parade' by My Chemical Romance:

8. Chris (Moosehead Studios) - 'Final Masquerade' by Linkin Park:

9. Cobus Potgieter - 'This Is War' by 30 Seconds To Mars:

10. Kyle Conlon - 'Make It Stop' by Rise Against:

So, these are the drum covers. In my opinion, they are all amazing, and these drummers are awesome ones. You can comment below what you think of these drum covers, and of these drummers, so I can know what you guys think! I hope you liked this post and that you enjoyed watching the drum covers as much as I did :)

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Emo music makes you feel better.

Hello guys! How are you all doing? Yesterday I read a very interesting post in the magazine Alternative Press, and I found it very interesting so I decided to write a post about it.
The article's title itself is: "It's official: Emo music actually makes you feel better", and the post shows a study which proves that. I hear a lot of criticism against what is called "emo music", and I don't really get it. I listen to emo music, and everyone is free and can listen to the music they want to, but people say things about emo music that aren't true. People say: "it's depressing", "it makes people cut themselves", "it makes people want to kil themselves". What is your argument to say that? Just, please, explain me why you say that, because it's so wrong. 
Music helps people, it has an amazing impact in people. What you call "emo music" has stoppped a really lot of people from killing themselves, from hurting themselves, and has made a lot of people feel way better. I don't get why people consider "emo" an insult, why they consider it offensive. When someone tells me that my music is so emo, I say: and what's wrong with that? Whenever I'm feeling down, the type of music is usually emo music, I'm not going to lie. Well, emo, punk, post-hardcore... but since people call all that genres emo... I really believe that this kind of music has a truly positive impact in people. Actually, when you're feeling down, what you want is understanding, right? That kind of music gives you understanding. And, the messages that kind of music gives, they aren't bad ones. 
I find it really funny how emo music gets a lot of criticism, when the songs are deep and have a lot of meaning behind them, while mainstream music doesn't get as much criticism, when it's empty and the lyrics are all about the same thing. It's easy: you have to respect our music taste if you want us to respect yours. Because, you don't really know the effect our music has in us. 

Monday, November 10, 2014

"Kick Me"

Hey there! Today, the post-hardcore/alternative rock/pop punk band Sleeping With Sirens has released their new single "Kick Me". We had already had the chance of listening to the song once live, but we hadn't been able to listen to the studio version.
The song is absolutely amazing, both lyrically and instrumentally. The lyrics are the perfect ones to listen to and sing along to pick you up and make you feel like you can win aganist anything, right? At least it's what songs like this make me feel :) Also, the rhythm, instrumental, is awesome and so catchy. 
This change of musical direction, which feels very pop punk, to me, is fantastic. The video is really cool too! Definitely, listening to Kick Me, it made my day. You should give the song a listen if you haven't, you won't regret it if you like pop punk music, or basically you like Sleeping With Sirens :) 
Below I'm posting the video so you can check it out, let me know your opinions of it too!