Cardinal by Pinegrove. Holy Ghost by Modern Baseball. The lyrics are very relatable to how I see myself vicerader. Goodness by The Hotelier. There's still people writing letters with feathers. I could write novels and letter excerpts about the hope of humanity to this.
Coordinates of words seeping from the wind. Tago Mago by CAN. Willowy electronic music from Marc Riordan constructed from pillowy tones and quiet atmospherics make for an absorbing listen. The second release from Welsh artist The Anchoress is a devastating and powerful meditation on loss.
Sprained Ankle by Julien Baker. This album is so painfully beautiful. Julien's voice is delicately strained and her words paint vignettes that range from delicate somber memories to muted pain. The guitar tones and thin texture of the layering leave this album feeling very intimate and raw. Among the best things I've heard this past year.
Jake Gussman. Bandcamp Daily your guide to the world of Bandcamp. Explore music. Mene by Brand New. Favorite track: Out of Range. The video is made up of live-concert footage of the band over the course of their career and was directed by Daniel Navetta of ApK; a company that drummer Brian Lane works for. The footage comes from the band's own video archive of " DV tapes, 8 VHS tapes, 12 hard-drives " and was cut together by Brendan Banks for what he describes as a " retrospective music video to get fans excited about the upcoming tour.
Notably, this is the first Brand New song since "--" sometimes referred to as "Untitled" from their album The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me to have a music video officially released.
The video was released on April 13, on the band's website and YouTube account. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Consequence of Sound. Retrieved 28 May Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on 7 July Retrieved 7 July Rockzone in Spanish. IXO Publishing : 48—49, 50—51, 52—53, 54—55, 56— Retrieved 30 June Alternative Press. Retrieved 31 October DIY Magazine.
The Independent. BBC Radio 1. The ocean never sleeps or dreams, and never stops to ponder what it sees Committed to it's satellite, no one can move you, man, and no one's ever going to try.
All the tides are married to the moon. All I want is for my heart to be as true. Written on the wall, letters plain and tall And this is my own fault, we don't feel anything Not gone but fading fast so let me put to rest The only question that you'll ask: We don't feel anything We don't feel anything, we don't feel anything We don't feel anything, we don't feel anything We don't feel anything, we don't feel anything We don't feel anything, we don't feel anything Edit Lyrics.
Mene song meanings. Add Your Thoughts 5 Comments. My Interpretation What a shock. Brand New hittin' hard with Biblical refereneces already. This time, most obviously, regarding the title. So I'll address that. I think the meaning of the song bears there.
As Zelane has correctly said, "Mene Mene" is "an indiot implying that a usually negative event is easily predictable based on the current situation. Often, the event is seen as hard to avert. A direness similar to an 'impending doom' can be implied. It means the same thing. But it "Mene Mene" has Biblical roots. It comes from an event from the book of Daniel in the Old Testament.
I haven't read this book in a while, so forgive me if I get stuff wrong, for I'll be explaining through my memory. Since, you know, he was a believer of the Hebrew God and whatnot. He worked as such for kings and thus became an important player in the Babylonian court system. So, anyway, King Belshazzar was throwin' a good ol' fashioned Babylonian party one day, right? Lots of booze, lots of hoes.
Lots of gold and silver goblets. Everyone was praising all sorts of gods. Then suddenly, King Belshazzar becomes terrified. He turns pale and immediately grows weak. Because he sees a human hand writing on the wall. It left a message that he could not understand. Rightfully freaked out, King Belshazzar spreads the word. I'll give you some bling and some swag!
I'll even give you power! This only made him more anxious and scared. Then Daniel showed up. He basically does the gig for free, and lets the king know he's not interested in the reward. Good man. But the message, however, isn't so good.